Steep, broken rock, mostly big holds, less-than-satisfying feet.
Climb up lower-angled rock onto the ledge, clip the bottom bolt, take a deep breath, and start flinging for the holds. A few big moves, and the occasional wish for better feet make this a pumpy, breathless affair.
A brief bit of confusion may ensue at the last bolt until you figure out the best route to the chains.
The left bolted line on a section of dirty-looking, light gray limestone that lies just right of the enormous roof at the left of the north-facing rock to the left and uphill of the main Membrane wall.
4 bolts and anchors.
|By John Ross|
From: Wasatch Front, UT
Jul 12, 2012
This route is cleaning up to be a dandy! I missed a key pocket to clip the 2nd bolt and fell the first go. The crux is clipping the second bolt and getting to the third. Found the best holds going up the right of the bolt line.