A pretty fun climb. Unfortunately, its squeezed between two crack systems making the intended line fairly inobvious. Locate the bolted crack, I Clauidius, and a partially bolted/trad line to the left. The next fully bolted line to the left is Divinity School.
Begin the lower section by climbing a crack feature to a cruxy move past the fourth bolt to a horizontal break. Rest here then continue up the pink face to the anchors. We climbed the upper section by first starting in a crack system to the right, then traversing past a nice sidepull move to a hueco, then traversing left again to a hand crack which we climbed to the anchors. Felt like low-5.12a. The section above the last bolt looked like it could be contrived direct (and thus maybe 12b??), but the hand crack is right there.
7 bolts to a 2 bolt anchor
Enjoying a warm December day. Photo credit: Curt D...
Matt leading Divinity School.
Dec 2, 2013
rating: 5.12a 7a+ 25 VIII+ 25 E5 6a
This is a fun route which doesn't really get that much traffic. From below, it looks like there are no holds - but they keep magically appearing in the right places. The final headwall would be pretty hard without using the crack to the left.