|Original:||YDS: 5.11b French: 6c Ewbanks: 23 UIAA: VIII- ZA: 23 British: E3 5c [details]|
|FA:||Henry Barber 1973|
|Submitted By:||lee hansche on Mar 24, 2007|
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Mar 26, 2007
|I belileive that the top fifteen feet or so is bigger than a #6, either run it out, or you will need a big bro or two. This route has awsome exposure.|
By john strand
From: southern colo
Jul 1, 2008
|I think Kenny Sims made the first lead of this route. He did have some problems with clipping in the wrong rope too! Anyway a good pump- also the arete to the right is a good tr 11B|
By David Aguasca!
From: New York
Apr 30, 2009
|This is one of my favorite pitches of climbing on Cathedral...barndoor laybacking, sinker hand and fist jamming, and some decent offwidth action, most of it slightly overhanging...you can't go wrong! The exposure is fantastic, too.|
By K. Boyko
From: Where the dog is
Aug 7, 2014
Brilliant climb! 5 star climbing and a must do just for the exposure.
Wide climbing isn't too bad. Easily lead with just one #5 camalot as long as you don't place it at the bottom overhang (#4 fits great here).
If airtime doesn't bother you, forgo the big stuff as the falls would be clean and on good rock.