Avg: 2.4 from 16 votes
|Type:||Sport, 35 ft (11 m)|
|FA:||Ian Kirk, Jordan Katz|
|Page Views:||1,228 total · 41/month|
|Shared By:||Jordan Katz on Jan 12, 2020 · 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.
Start just right of a broad shield and work your way up a vertical face. Stand on a ledge, set up and pull through the cruxy bulge up top.
This route and it's neighbor to the right were bolted in the dead of winter. There was a steady stream of water dripping down on the developer making it a pretty wet and miserable. However, some imbibing of "Hot Stuff" whiskey left the developer comfortably numb.
Starts just left of a large tree growing right at the base of the cliff. You'll find some large concrete slabs in the trail near the base.