May 25, 2020 · Follow. This route thrashed Jasen, Andrew and me. Fully benighted. Jasen led P1, I led P2 (and a false P2). Split P3 into two; Jasen led P3.1 (P2 belay to final roof), Andrew took P3.2 (final slab to summit). Bring 70m with doubles of BD up to #4. P1 is the crux.
May 25, 2020 · 1 pitch. Lead / Onsight. Lead the first pitch with Andrew S. following. Felt solid for the grade. The crux was simple as long as you stemmed and felt comfortable with the exposure. Crack took everything up to bd #2, did it with double rack and placed ~10-11 pieces. 60m rope.
May 25, 2020 · 1 pitch. Lead / Onsight. Lead the P1 w/ Andrew S. following. Wasn’t very solid with feet, but no falls, takes or pulling gear. The move to the tree was the crux. Crack took everything smaller than bd size 1. Placed about 14 pieces, but it has a bolted anchor. Can TR with a 60m.
May 24, 2020 · 1 pitch. Lead / Onsight. Led P1, followed Brent N. on P2. Awesome route, but strenuous and serious! Bolted anchors on P1 so you can sew it up if you need to. Took a single rack but until dialing the placements would’ve been nice to have a double. P2 is runout (easy) slab.
May 24, 2020 · 1 pitch. Follow. Followed Brent N. Really enjoyable route, can take alternate finish to top of P1 (run out slab) or head right directly to tree via crack system. Single rack with nuts is fine. 60m rope got to the topX
May 24, 2020 · 1 pitch. Lead / Onsight. Brent N. followed. Awesome route, crux is down low (a no fall zone). Thin stoppers needed but nice to have a single rack up to #3 for gear anchor at the top. 60m can get to top of pitch. Near the top has run out slab (easy, but no-fall).