The Sound of One Finger Bleeding
5.8+ 5b 16 VI- 15 HVS 4c (avg: 3.3 / 9 votes)
Submitted by: Jeff Mekolites
Start in a deep left facing corner. Climb the corner to couple of roofs. Move right around the first roof, and left around the second. Climb the face to the top.
One of the first few routes you will pass on the trail.
Trad. Trees at the top for anchor.
saxfiend  Feb 15, 2011 Rating: 5.9 5c 17 VI 17 HVS 5a
This is a nice lead; the meandering aspects make it more interesting than the typical straight-up route. Two hints that will make life easier:

1. Sling your pro well, or the rope drag will be unbearable. Bring at least a couple of double-length slings.
2. Take enough webbing or the like to extend the anchor over the edge of the cliff, or you're likely to really trash your rope.

tlacny  May 12, 2014 Rating: 5.9 5c 17 VI 17 HVS 5a
I would rate this route a 5.9 if you start in the crack in the left facing corner. The pro is tricky on this route and at some of the cruxes utilizes very small nuts and aliens. Double length slings are a must. In my opinion, the route should be give at least 2 stars.

The route in my opinion is more technical with gear placement than Lucky Strikes and on lead is equally as good.

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