This is a nice and spooky steep face problem at the human end of the V-scale. Falling off is a hazardous proposition, since there is stuff to bounce off. On the right side of the north face of the Eliminator boulder is a small left-facing offset that turns into a sloping shelf to the right. The offset and the shelf are "off-route", so feel free to use them if initimidated by the problem. Just left of the offset are some polished patches of stone. Step up on these and head for the top a long ways away. The hardest bits come early, but it doesn't ease much as you gather air beneath your heels.
Pad and spotter useful.
|By Colin Erskine|
From: Madison, WI
Jan 30, 2006
All of these routes are nice. I climbed the left crack when there was snow on the top and ground b/c i just had to get up to the Res. to climb. Good warm up and easy crack work. I would deff try it when you are there.