|Original: || Hueco: V6 Font: 7A [details]|
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Getting ready to send Skye Dance!
A unique and very worthy line. Can't be missed.
Start on the two lowest slopers down in the cave and move up to the triangular undercling near the lip of the roof. Work your way around the bulge with widely spaced crimps to the top-out.
On the north side of the 'Skye Stone', which is located farther down the trail past the 'Thunder Wall'. It's the impressive boulder that overhangs on nearly every side. 'Skye Dance' will be on the left side of the boulder as you approach it. Look for the funky slopers under the bulge.
Cutting feet. Not the suggested beta, but it worke...
About to make the move out on the undercling.
BETA PHOTO: Skye Dance Topo
Swinging up Snoopy's nose
Mitch makes the transition from slopers to crimps ...
A look at the undercling... and the Owens Valley
Mitch Musci starts it off
By Euan Cameron
From: Mammoth Lakes
Dec 28, 2013
rating: V6 7A
A great problem that combines steep huecos, sharp crimps and a relaxed finished.
By Andy Liu
From: Eastern Sierra
Jan 6, 2014
Mar 31, 2014
rating: V6 7A
V6 doesn't get much better than this.
By Daniel Winsor
Dec 6, 2014
rating: V5 6C
I thought this was a pretty soft V6, especially for the area. I found both Kredulf (V4) and Blood Kin Sit (V4) up in the Druid Stones were harder problems than Skye Dance. Either way though, what a fantastic route.