This great route starts on easy terrain, then pulls a bulge to gain the diagonal flake and good rest. Sustained thin climbing on the headwall leads to an easier slabby finish.
In the center of the Leviticus wall. Accross the road from the parking lot.
Finger size cams, one hand size piece for the flake, and many thin-medium wires. Gear is good, but fairly spaced, potential for big falls on small gear.
The upper crux of Sixty-Nine photo by Jeff Lewis
Gunning it for the fixed nut on Sixty-Nine photo b...
Jul 23, 2015
Bourdons guide book indicates this is 45M, I was able to reach the ground from the upper of two anchors with and 80M rope, using the lower anchor a 70M was sufficient.