A zesty route with old school appeal. Short and intense, Jacob's Ladder is a psychological thriller packed with lots of climbing. If this climb had a tag it would read: "Handle With Care". Don't let this route become your "ladder"...
Square up in the center of the face and find the most featured area to begin, run it out about twelve or thirteen feet over a thin and thoughtful slab. Gain a decent rest and clip the first bolt, take time here to ponder; continue on, execute the crux, stay heavy on those feet. Pass a few more bolts and keep your wits for the final moves to the anchor.
Jacob's Ladder is the short slab just right of Shadowfax . It lies at the south end of Wall Street and is about 75 feet north (right) of the Petroglyphs and two routes right of Potstash.
Draws for four bolts and an anchor. A stick-clip can be used, this eliminates some of the risk but also detracts from the route's character.