Login with Facebook
 ADVANCED
«
Good handholds and a foothold let you place some fair gear here. That's the last gear until you get to the left edge of the green streak, at which point there are good small nut placements to protect the leader and second.
Starting the moves through the roof. Jugs lead to a finger crack. An inobvious move makes it pretty easy. You have to do some work to get the gear. The first gear in the roof is mediocre, but enough to protect you as you pull up on the jugs to get the good gear. Make sure to protect the second after you gain the ledge, since you have to hike right and up a gully to the next gear.
»
Moving up a left-facing corner to the roof. There's a hangerless bolt here. Strange place for a bolt, even if it was placed for aid, since there's a crack running the whole way to the roof.
Id# 1206793, 1073 x 1500px View full size
Comments on Photo Add Comment
- none yet -
Photo 8 of 9
Avg Score   0.0 from 0 votes
Your Score   

Moving up a left-facing corner to the roof. There's a hangerless bolt here. Strange place for a bolt, even if it was placed for aid, since there's a crack running the whole way to the roof.

Submitted By: Ivan Rezucha on Oct 26, 2005
On this route:
West Face [3rd Flatrion] (5.10b 6a+ 19 VII- 19 E2 5b PG13 )
 Printer View

Photo Of: Luke Clarke