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Start about 20' left of Cakewalk (5.8) by climbing past a solitary bolt into an arching, left-facing corner. Higher, steep and enjoyable moves lead past another bolt into a thin crack which leads to the top.
A great route which should not be missed if in the area, this climb will leave a favorable impression on you. Three stars out of five.
2 bolts (3/8"), pro to 2.5"
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Photo by Blitzo.
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|By Chris Owen|
From: La Crescenta and Big Bear Lake
Jan 7, 2003
After quite a tricky but well protected crux the upper crack has a way big feel to it.
Position, exposure, varied technique.
First time's a charm.
Jan 28, 2003
An excellent climb; the rock has cleaned up well. Challenging for the grade; I would call it more 5.10c/d.
|By Nick Wilder|
From: The Bubble
Nov 13, 2005
One of my new favorites. Great variety, interesting moves.
|By Andy Laakmann|
From: Bend, OR
Nov 14, 2005
Good route. Two cruxes. First crux is well protected but harder at the second bolt. The second crux is the "mental" one.Towards the top of the crack, I fiddled for 15 minutes trying to get some gear higher than knee level to protect a tough move. Eventually I found a marginal RP in a flare - not the best piece but good enough to bust the move.
Like the other person indicated, this climb leaves an impression on you.
|By tony grice|
Nov 13, 2006
Overlooked classic! Bring your captain crush hand for the crux lay back.
|By Tommy G.|
From: Irvine, California
Jun 17, 2011
Jumped on this climb on a whim on the way back to the car... wowza. I thought I was gonna take a toss somewhere past the bolt for sure (had to charge pretty far past it to get a stance and gear- pumped!). Really, really good route. As noted, a tad hard at the grade. Be mindful of a hollow flake down low.