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This route ascends the obvious dihedral right of Spanish Bayonet. Technical moves in a left facing book down low lead to an overhanging dihedral at the top with large holds on both sides.
An assortment of cams to 3.5" and stoppers are suitable for protection. Medium to large cams are required for the anchor. Rappel from fixed anchors with slings.
Jose near the top of the overhanging dihedral. Pho...
BETA PHOTO: "Carmania".
Photo by Blitzo.
Glen nearing the crux of the climb
|By Anonymous Coward|
Dec 18, 2003
..historical trivia.. . .lynn hill was there for the FA too (since she led the FA of of Spanish Bayonet moments later)..
Jan 22, 2010
The crux demands good hand jamming technique. Pro is very good. 3-4 inch cams for building the anchor. Getting to and from this climb will have you ready for a soak at Desert Hot Springs.
|By Tom Fralich|
From: Fort Collins, CO
Nov 27, 2010
rating: 5.8 5b 16 VI- HVS 4c
This one deserves more than one star. I though there were three interesting sequences. Well-protected and worth doing.