Get ready to have your tendons chopped to pieces. A beyond-boldery start leads to pleasant climbing that soon has you clinging on for dear life for the finishing moves. Classic canyon climbing and a must do for anyone looking to get in over their head.
Located to the left of the infamous Trail of Tears and to the right of Bear Fisted Grizzly Killer.
Bring about ten quickdraws. Stick clipping the first two is recommended since the opening sequence is harder than you could possibly imagine. HINT! Look for hidden two finger pockets once you run out of jugs at the very beginning.
BETA PHOTO: Definitely a big bouldering move to get started
Pulling off the last sequence of the opening moves...
Getting dicey on The Tomahawk. Very fun route.
I finally got my redpoint after three seasons of w...
Digging in for my redpoint attempt of The Tomahawk...
Actually, its a hella-fun start, but a lot more fu...
Looking for the two finger pockets after a boulder...
Getting a heal-hook on the opening moves of The To...
By Greg Parker
From: Cardiff, CA
Oct 23, 2010
I have to say, I love reading your posts Brent. Keep it up!
By Jesse Ryan
Nov 18, 2015
rating: 5.11d 7a 24 VIII 25 E5 6a
If you rate routes based on hardest moves it clocks in around modern 5.11d for one move (V4?), if you discount the boulder start, yes maybe 5.11b after that intro. Very interesting fun climbing either way!