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A long, fun pitch. A few fun face moves at the bottom, easier climbing in the middle, pass a roof to get to the anchor.
This route is in the shade in the morning and the late afternoon.
This climb is on the right edge of the Left Flank, just left of the Java Wall (see photo).
9 bolts to open shut anchors. Use a 60-meter rope.
|By Carl A|
From: brooklyn, ny
Apr 5, 2009
The hardest move is clipping the anchors!
Jun 3, 2011
Agree that the hardest move was clipping the anchors. Nice rest ledge about half-way up the climb.
Feb 6, 2012
This is a great climb all the way up to the anchors. That last move was easily a 10a move, if not 10b. I had to jump for the last pocket hold to the left and basically hang from it to get clipped in to the anchor. I couldn't reach it at all from the holds to the right. Short folk be aware that the anchors are tough! A great lead otherwise. Used every bit of my 60 yard (yes it's in yards) rope.
Mar 9, 2012
Fun moderate face climbing. Agree- crux is clipping the anchor and is a single 10a move.
|By Benjamin Chapman|
Sep 9, 2012
Belayers and leaders beware of the large partially detached flake, often marked with an X, between the midway ledge and the anchors. An awkward outward pull could send it crashing down on the often crowded terrace below.