From the top of the trail (Ranger Danger) go left maybe 20-30 feet to where you can see a crack to the right of a short overhanging headwall. The route starts on low angle EASY stuff (5.3-5.4 at most) until it gets to the short overhanging headwall, where it rapidly turns into a 5.9 for 2-3 moves, then gets easy again to reach a huge ledge with chain anchors. Belay the second from the top andrap if you do this one or the drag will rip up your rope
Bolts, chain anchors out of sight on a huge belay ledge.
|Comments on Beatle Bay Lee
|By David Lammers|
From: Tucson, AZ
Sep 29, 2008
New chains located lower on the route enable lowering with considerably less rope drag. The old chains higher up are still present. The bolts in the beginning easy section are difficult to see from the ground but they are present and protect the entire route.