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Inner temple wall at sunset. Left most climb is Cr...
Starts in a very fun lieback crack, slightly overhung but safely bolted. Transitions to very thin face climbing on fairly small and harder to find holds.
Leftmost climb on the "Inner Temple" wall which is on the Pyramid rock. Faces south towards the Sphinx. Easy to find as the best belay is marked by the bolts that support the knotted down climbers rope. Cant miss this as you must scramble past this area on the way down
Bolts to chains
BETA PHOTO: Crimp Tick Topo
By Beau Skelton
From: Palm Desert, UT
Jun 15, 2015
I'm a little confused on these grades.. I can onsight 11s and had to leave gear on this thing. have holds broken? My partner climbs 12b and couldn't get it done either.. The layback and mantle section was actual 10a, then you move up on the face and there's literally nothing. super disappointing route
By G Halsne
Jun 24, 2015
Beau- Not sure what to say- I do remember it getting very thin, but not harder than stiff 10 something.