Climb loose rock up through a small sandy roof and gain the dihedral. Continue to a bolted anchor, mostly with off fingers and tight hands.
This climb might have been done before the plaque and anchor were installed, there was a fixed hex up there for a long while.
This is between Short Cupped Hands and Flapper. Climb a shallow, left-facing corner just left of a block. Also, it has a plaque.
Single set fingers through wide hands with extra tight hands and off finger sizes.
|By Tony B|
From: Around Boulder, CO
Apr 4, 2010
rating: 5.10a 6a 18 VI+ E1 5a
If you use the tower behind you for the obvious stems and bridges, the climbing is more graceful and not too hard. I'd give it a better quality rating if the bottom were not such soft rock, but it is what it is.
|By Fritz N.|
From: Montrose, Colorado
Nov 24, 2012
Be sure to tag the summit of the mini-tower by chimneying all the way up. Great "toprope heroes" moment.