|The Elephant's Head (& Hyperion Slab)
The route ends at belay about 80 ft up. You can continue to the top by traversing left to Endymion.
Just left of center on Hyperion Slab.
Leader moving through the crux of "Aenea."
Testing the pockets on the crux of "Aenea."
Aenea & Hyperion Slab on a glorious spring day.
The pattern is full, with a climber on "Aenean," i...
A climber pulling toward the anchor above the crux...
Staring down the crux of "Aenea."
|By Spider Savage|
Apr 10, 2010
Upgraded from 5.7 to 5.8 by consensus. Easier for tall people.
|By Benjamin Chapman|
From: Small Town, USA
Mar 23, 2011
rating: 5.7 5a 15 V+ 13 MVS 4b R
Aenea is a fun route, with 5 bolts to a 2-ring Fixe anchor. The 3rd bolt is a long reach to clip. The anchor is situated ~ 10 feet above the small left-facing corner/roof, not as indicated on the photo of Hyperion Slab, on the Texas Canyon main page.
Mar 27, 2011
Tried to toprope this one shortly after rain. The entire hyperion slab and just about all of texas canyon gets way loose when wet... I was able to do the route to the right however.