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This is a very aesthetic-looking splitter crack, which starts about forty feet up and above a roof. To start, you can either scramble up easy terrain to the left, or do a direct start through some steep horizontals that adds some 5.11 R climbing. Easy climbing up to a juggy roof with some suspect rock, clip a couple fixed pieces, and get an almost-no hands rest at the base of the splitter.
I don't want to give too much beta away on the splitter, except to say that there is very little true jamming/crack climbing on this route.
This is the farthest right prominent line at the Mango Tango/Greatest Show area. Very nice looking splitter going up white rock.
medium to big stoppers, selection of mid-sized cams, one fixed stopper just above the roof, and a bolt right above that. You'll probably want a .5 camalot/orange Metolius sized piece to protect the crux.