I would like to set up a high-line at the Forks! I am thinking maybe 3 or 4 bolts to secure it on each side. What kind of bolts should I use? I would like to do it over the Golden Pond to keep it less of an impact. How deep is the pond right now (deep enough to jump in?)
geez.. I was just asking an honest question. I thought it would be fun. I did not realize there was such a big deal about bolts in the forks. Maybe I can find some natural anchors to build the highline anchors. I am sensing sarcasm that the Gold pond is deep enough to fall in. Is there an existing face route near the Supercrack?
"One distinguishing characteristic of the area is that almost all routes are approached from above by fixing a line and rapping in. Also, there are exactly zero sport climbs at The Forks and just a handful of bolts (I can only think of 7: two sets of anchors in the choss at the White Wall, and the three on Australians At The Forks). The area really lends itself to trad climbing up beautiful, varied crack systems. Rock is bullet-hard, pro is typically bombproof, and friction varies from polished to grippy. Expect stout ratings."