An outstanding, sidepull, flake feature sets you up for a perfectly flat topout and view of Lake Haiyaha. The standard start is from the square, flat jug, halfway down into the cave. But the lower you start, the harder it is.
This is extremely high quality (as is most everything here) and worthy of many repeats.
It is in Lower Chaos, just up from the NE shore of Haiyaha.
The possibility of falling into the pit is daunting, but extra pads and spotters can help.
Crazy beautiful area. Photo: Ian Cotter Brown.
The upper flake part on Autobot, it's probably onl...
From: Boulder, CO
Nov 11, 2010
Classic, albeit disgustingly greasy.
By Samuel Roberts
Jun 24, 2013
rating: V5 6C PG13
PG-13 if not using creative pad technique, i.e. pulling the pad up the problem as the climber progesses.