Start out by face climbing up to gain the nice steep finger/hand crack.
Climb up using lots of jams a few face holds and a few positive feet. Not a lot of stems.
Harder than most 5.9s at vantage.
In the chockstone gulley. Around the corner left from the 3rd gulley.
This is the 3rd crack in the gulley.
Gear to 2"
Set your own anchor on the cliff top.
Ethan belaying mike on "Hamhocks" at dusk
|By Ethan Henderson|
From: Silverdale, WA
Sep 30, 2012
A lot more jamming than most routes here.
Also felt stiffer than most .9s here.