Mar 30, 2023 · Lead / Fell/Hung. Invigorating climbing, pretty engaging but not serious boulders for the majority, just movement you want to be fast on. I definitely want to get back in and work in earnest, but figured to feel out a little bit of the climbing as the mini tufa seemed amazing to touch. Also, don’t hit the pocket from the first mini, reach out right to a solid undercling and then gain the chockstone left handed.
Mar 30, 2023 · Lead / Onsight. Much more difficult than the neighbor to the left, far more engaging for much longer. Basic traversing movement to get below the bulge, then pull a relatively fast move to try getting over the lip, rely on a little friction and footwork, then make for the jug and victory lap to the top. Well worthwhile climb, could be hard and working towards 12c but only touched the once so the beta is still off.
Mar 30, 2023 · Lead / Onsight. Real good climb, low crux to a decent stance, minor crux after to a really good stance, then just keep cranking on vesicle rails and pinches. Good to get the fingers warm in the cold, definitely able to be worked if this is near limit, wonderful to feel out the variety of holds in the area.
Mar 30, 2023 · Lead / Onsight. The roof sequence is nice and strong, but seemed easy to keep the feet in the gash and work along some decent rails then snag the hole. Since the route description includes the hole, guess I don’t feel bad, but seemed incredibly soft done this way. Felt the sequence on the way back down to simply hit the bulge, and seemed a good shade harder to bother.
Jan 13, 2023 · Lead / Fell/Hung. Should’ve been the onsight, foot popped trying to thrutch between the two right facing sidepulls to the left hand incut before jug crimps to the chains. Real intriguing climbing, unsure why anyone would skip the opening sequence or why this would add this much to the grade as the sequence to the middle barely matchable jug rail and passed there felt like the actual cruxes. Right out of the cave you have a great shake on positive feet, and from there to the top seems 12b/c itself with only a nudge toward c to start, rightfully, from the ground.