Comments: The first two kb's are equalized (almost) with some questionable tat. I recommend fixing your own tat before going up there. You can easily set a TR on it from Binou's crack, or you can be unlike me and go for it ground up.
Comments: Got back on this thing after four years and I'm not going to lie, this thing was still a little scary. A fall in the beginning of the corner will result in the leader falling on the belayer. Also three of the six fixed pins are loose, one of which you can easily pull out with your hand. I would only recommend this route to a solid 5.11 climber.
Comments: This thing similar to Equinox only it's a lot steeper, thinner and has much less foot holds. My feet seem to cut on every move through the crux causing larger gobis each time. A spectacular line none the less. The best Iíve seen in the parkÖ
Comments: I got through both the crux and the R section and fell on the flaring 10+ crack. I found that section to be real sandbagged so just a heads up. Fortunately that section protects well with a Green-yellow offset alien and both a .75 and 2 camolot.
Comments: "This photo makes my fingers itch for the depths of a crimson crack I usually can only imagine as I contemplate the gap between the stove and counter top while sipping beer after another day in the cubicle; the photo is a nice reminder that heaven exists on earth."
Comments: I agree the bottom is nothing special but I thought the movement on the headwall was really fun. I had no idea it was chipped though that's to bad. I don't have an extensive experience with 13's but I thought it felt about as hard as Yellowstreak over on the right side of the Great Wall of China.