Avg: 3 from 13 votes
|Type:||Sport, 55 ft (17 m)|
|Page Views:||1,861 total · 31/month|
|Shared By:||tecumseh man on Oct 10, 2018 · Updates|
On the bouldering (west) side, please do not hang out up top or go exploring above the main cliff line. It is private property and we need to keep a low profile. The owner has been hands off so far. Let's try to ensure things stay that way please. Hanging out up top could cause problems with the property owner.
Please do not climb above the roped climbs. Hanging out on the edge of the cliff without ropes is dangerous and the last thing we want is to have an ambulance/injury/fatality there. Please don't endanger crag access through short-sighted behavior!
Please be upstanders and take good care of the crag to help preserve access. Don't leave your trash, and even pack out any trash somebody else might have left behind.
This route is perfect for the boulderer with 3 distinct sections separated by good rests and progressively harder cruxes that will test your pocket pulling and crimping strength. If look closely, (not really that closely-it's pretty obvious) you'll see a large dark outline just above the ledge that used to be an enormous flake. Incredibly the entire flake broke off when the far left side was attempted to be trundled with a large crowbar. You'll see some of the large pieces of it below that have been repurposed for cheater stones.
The route was the first put up on the wall, and thus became the genesis of a new wall of climbing.
Catch it in the fall! The start will be seeping water well into the spring, although it is often still climbable despite that. Sometimes a bit of run-off up top can be an issue if the groundwater is running heavy also.