|Type:||Trad, 2 pitches, 150'|
|Original:||YDS: 5.3 French: 3+ Ewbanks: 10 UIAA: III ZA: 9 British: VD 3a [details]|
|Submitted By:||Roger Linfield on Jul 5, 2006|
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Mar 3, 2008
I did this climb and thought it was a fun adventure.
I took a different route than said here. 1st pitch was the same, but then I tunneled right(off belay) until I reached another short pitch of climbing. This section was dirty and grovelly and harder than 5.3 (IMHO but not worse than 5.6). Then some more gophering through passageways to a quick move to the top. I roped up for the last move just because of the fall potential. It was easy but grunty.
The way I took was more or a belly crawl/back at the playground good time than this route listed here, but fun nonetheless.
By Gary Schenk
Mar 5, 2008
|We did this in 5 pitches! (long story) We also tunneled right from the end of the first (our second) pitch. Then up a really nice hand crack that was fun jamming. Then easy terrain to a short chimney to the top. The move to get in the chimney was fun and easy to protect.|
By Tara Anne
Apr 24, 2009
|Confusing to get out of, don't go directly up after first pitch!|
From: Riverside, CA
Jan 25, 2016
|We ended up going all the way left after the first pitch into the second pitch of Mike's Books. Initially intended to go up behind the large boulder just right of Mike's Books but it didn't look very inviting.|