Avg: 4 from 6 votes
|Type:||Trad, 180 ft, 2 pitches|
|Page Views:||563 total · 22/month|
|Shared By:||Josh Janes on Sep 5, 2017|
Begin at the far right end of the belay ledge (anchoring your belayer is a good idea) and clip bolts up steep, juggy rock interspersed with good rests. An awkward and committing move leads out to the arete, which is shortly thereafter followed by the crux (12a). A few more powerful sequences lead up and left to an anchor in an amazing belay alcove. Most lower from here, but it is possible to continue climbing into the second pitch if you've runnered your gear well (though perhaps more prudent to bring your belayer up to this airy perch with you).
The second pitch begins with the true crux (12b) - a toss or massive span to a huge jug. Above this lie three more bolts of thin, pumpy climbing (and a devious sequence) up a wildly exposed arete. An anchor at the top of the wall will allow you to lower back to the belay alcove and then again to the ground.