anyone else ever try the seam/crack/face that goes up and left from the start of pitch 4? this totally bypasses the roof and fires straight up. I remember the first time climbing frogland I seconded this pitch and remember considerable rope drag around the roof.( i'm sure a long runner would have helped) the second time I did this route I led this pitch and opted to take the left face. I recall it was thin but took small gear well(I think I used some opposing pieces to secure the placements) anyway, i'm guessing it was 9ish...?anyone else have some feedback/consensus? thank you!
thanks for the feedback! its been too long and too much living has gotten in the way of having a life. I think a fall trip (pardon the pun!) needs to happen. moving back to denver on the 31st after a three year ordeal in spokane. I miss morrison bouldering, the dome in the fall, hot yoga, friends, etc..... Blessings