A good climb with some interesting and pumpy climbing. Locate the climb Yuk, obvious due to it's wide clean crack. Just left of there, climb a face to access a crack in a corner, which is climbed at a moderate grade until you are bumped into a lie-back. The finger crack takes good pro, but it may be hard to place from a lie-back for the 5.8 leader. Continue up to the top and get an anchor on trees back from the edge.
On the Right-hand side of the Long Wall, just a few meters left of the gaping offwidth of Yuk.
A standard rack, smaller cams beneficial.
Getting to the business end of the mailbox
By Backwards Eric
Apr 22, 2016
There are rap anchors for this at the top and to the left. I didn't really like this climb, but did it anyways thinking I might be able to setup Yuk with a top rope anchor....it didn't work out though. Yuk raps off a tree to the right of the route, and there didn't seem to be any good, non-chossy gear placements atop Yuk to build an anchor on.