Comments: Assuming I'm doing this per the OP this definitely goes. I've done it from a stand-start but the couple of variations on the sit-start are hard and/or sharp. I've attached a photo with some markup showing the stand-start holds I used. Pretty cool compression moves in the middle!
Frankenrock showing markup for project stand-start.
Comments: If I'm reading the original beta and the start of Frankenstein's lab correctly there is a cool eliminate to this route as well. Start as indicated but traverse low, avoiding the upper crimps and using only a large obvious sidepull (underneath the start to Frankenstein's Lab) and slopey pinch, then make a large right-hand move to the incut shown in the stand-start image for the Frankenstein's lab beta. This variation removes some of the good holds and makes moving up into the topout much harder.
Comments: First a comment about the area - not really a climbing destination as it's very small but for those of us who live close (I'm exactly 11 minutes away car+walking) it's a super little place to grab some quick outdoor climbing. The woods is beautiful, the rock is nice (though a bit sharp) and the quality of lines is really pretty decent with a good range of difficulty.
This report has some very good details & decent photos of the area but it seems to be missing a few relevant problems. I'll try t... more >>