This route starts about 80 feet to the right of Ezra (5.9+) on a slightly overhanging face right over the water. The crux is the first 15 feet: think bouldery, think slick, polished feet.
(*) High water would make the start very tricky, if not impossible.
Bring four quickdraws and there are two cold shut anchors at the top.
From: Sacramento, CA
Jan 24, 2009
Originally called "Unnamed 5.12a (5.10, A0)".
|By steve edwards|
From: SLC, UT
Feb 24, 2010
Mike, that's not true (maybe on this site). I bolted it and climbed it on the same day. Great rock, actually, but a bit short, hard to start, and often underwater. The crux is the very first move, as I recall. I had to dry a foot that is perpetually wet before each try. If you pull through the first move it's 5.11 A0.
|By ryan mattock|
Apr 29, 2010
been wanting to climb this route. will update....
|By Alex Bury|
From: Ojai, CA
May 27, 2010
Great little route...Im glad Mr. Edwards is able to chime in from the SLC :]
Super good rock, cool bouldery start, and well placed bolts make this a perfect first 12 for someone.
|By andy patterson|
From: Santa Barbara, CA
Aug 15, 2010
Ditto. This was my first 5.12. And yes, per Mr. Edward's comments, I had to dry a certain critical foothold. Think: bouldering with a rope.