Avg: 2.5 from 2 votes
|Type:||TR, 90 ft|
|Page Views:||309 total · 28/month|
|Shared By:||kenr on Nov 20, 2018|
|Admins:||Andrew Gram, Nathan Fisher, Perin Blanchard, grk10vq|
Start in the big right-facing inside corner with wide crack at where the right edge or the right (S) face of the pillar (almost) meets the West-facing wall of the main cliff.
. . . Variation: "The Other Cheek": Instead start near left (SW) side of the right (South) face of the "Mount" pillar -- up steep jugs to stand on its top.
. . . "Dimpled Cheek" variation: up jugs in center of the right face.
. . . "Pinched Cheek" variation: up jugs on right (SE) edge of the right face of "Mount" pillar, without touching hand or foot across the wide crack to the W-facing wall of the main cliff.
Up that corner-with-crack to its top, and stand up on the highest point of the "Sermon on the Mount" pillar.
. . . (Have a monologue ready to deliver?)
Next get onto the main face of the cliff and roughly straight up staying left of a vague crack, and get up onto a smooth wide ledge (5.5 so far). Traverse horizontal right a few feet across the bolts for the route "Breaking the Sabbath". Next follow the path of least resistance: perhaps diagonal up right toward below the wide overhang, then diagonal back up left, and finish in gully just left of bolt anchor for the route "Sticky Revelations".
warning: Significant danger of breaking or loose rock, since this line has not been climbed much yet. Belayer and all other persons should stay far off to the side from anyone climbing above. Best to avoid this route when other parties are nearby who might also be endangered by a falling rock.
name: The current name is a placeholder until someone Leads this route (likely after installing some bolts), who can then give us the permanent name for this route.
Top-Rope from bolts+anchors+chains anchor at top of pitch 1 of the route "Breaking the Sabbath", likely with directional protection on one or more of the upper bolts of "Breaking" to prevent a falling climber from hitting protruding rock by swinging sideways.
Protection for Trad leading is unknown and likely inadequate.