|The End of the Road
Crux is the first 10 feet of slippery stemming.
Two more bits of business will be encountered on the way up.
We found an old stubby angle about half way up. One whack with the hammer and it fell out. So I assume this has been climbed before.
Climbs the obvious crack line straight up the waterfall. No water at this time.
Standard rack with bolt anchor to lower.
Great gear and bullet hard rock from top to bottom makes this a fun lead.
From: Tucson, AZ
Jan 31, 2011
Very slick rock the whole way up. Though the moves are not difficult, it's probably best to be careful and protect more than you normally would at the grade.
|By Steve Pulver|
From: Williston, ND
Feb 27, 2011
there's a rusty knifeblade about half way up, 5ft left of the route. I thought about clipping into it :)
|By Andrew Nelson|
May 19, 2014
Seems like bees have taken up residence near the waterfall. We approached the 5.8 trad route (May, 2014) and were politely asked to go away by a LOT of bees. Be careful when approaching. I don't know if this is a permanent residence now, but they definitely convinced me not to stick around.