Jam up the crack, past a shallow roof and out through the arrowhead. Follow the crack up to a ledge, and face climb the rest of the way.
There are several trees at the top of the cliff that can make for a good anchor, but bring lots of webbing or static line because they're set back 20'+.
BETA PHOTO: Looking up from the start of Arrowhead, note the b...
BETA PHOTO: Arrowhead
|By Jim O'Brien|
From: Branford, CT
Mar 1, 2007
Short route, the start is a great jam as you work over the bulge
From: The land of steady habits
Aug 16, 2008
with a bolt or two on the upper face, this route could be classic. nasty but fun offwidth to a good crack then to a cruxy face that takes you to the top of the block where after stepping over the 4' gap you get another 10' of good crack climbing to the trees.
|By Clint Cummins|
From: Palo Alto, CA
May 4, 2009
FA(crack): Stew Sayah, Bob F. Poirier, Bob W. Poirier, Steve Zadrick, 9/1973
FA(using Doomsday wide crack to top): Ken Nichols, Chris Stone, 11/1975
FA(adding face to top, 5.8 R): Bob Clark, Mike Lapierre, 9/1981
Jul 12, 2012
rating: 5.9- 5c 17 VI HVS 4c
Warning: There's a boulder with a nasty pointed edge at the base of the climb. If/when you pop off the opening moves without a real tight belay, you'll get it in the back. Ask someone to spot you or have your belayer sit on the point until you clear the off-width.