Start on the lower left side of the bulge ramp that diagonals Wall 1. Climb up and through an interesting crack feature, then take the direct line straight up and pass the right side of the oak tree 2/3rds of the way up and move over to the crack just right and head straight to the top. Two variations have you moving over either before the tree or after. Both fun. (See route topo.)
A rack of singles to 4" and maybe a couple of extra finger-sized pieces (tri-cams or offset nuts work well, too).
The brilliant crack leading to the tree on the FA....
Trevor Marks just passing the tree (on a much clea...
By Robert Holder
Jun 1, 2015
rating: 5.7+ 5a 15 V+ 13 MVS 4b
Not a lot of options for pro down low (there are good places, just keep your eyes open). Great climbing, especially the top half, where the cracks become more continuous.
(like most of the wall, you don't need to jam/lock if you don't want to; plenty of good features on the face).