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A primarily bolted line up Cochise Dome.
Start at the left leaning, arching crack on the right side of the SE face. Look for two bolts above the crack.
Pitch 1 (130', 5.11-): Climb the easy crack to two bolts. Make a few more difficult moves past the two bolts to easier terrain. Tie off a chickenhead to protect your follower, then work right to a two bolt anchor. This anchor is shared with Double Jeopardy.
Pitch 2 (100', 5.11): Make hard moves up and left from the belay. The first four bolts is the hardest climbing. Continue clipping a total of nine bolts, then work up and left on chickenheads to a two bolt anchor.
Pitch 3 (80', 5.7): Easy climbing up chickenheads to a two bolt anchor right of a prominent brown water streak.
Pitch 4 (125', 5.10-): Climb up the bolt-protected slab to the right of the prominent brown water streak. Once the bolts end continue straight up to a pocket that takes gear, and continue up an arching crack directly above. Belay on top of the formation at two bolts.
Descent: Use the Descent for What's My Line.
If you want a topo for the route just PM me.
Start at the left leaning, arching crack on the right side of the SE face. Look for two bolts above the crack. See the Cochise SE Face Topo.
Singles to 4", stoppers, and draws.
Looking down from partway up pitch 2
By Matt Lisenby
Feb 29, 2016
rating: 5.12a 7a+ 25 VIII+ 25 E5 6a
pitch 2 felt substantially harder than 5.11 . . . but easy enough to go bolt to bolt.