Technical and sustained, this is one of the better routes on the wall. Without big jugs or rests, this route is fingery and pumpy. The crux is actually clipping the chains.
Start to the left of the first bolt. Traverse right at the 2nd bolt and head straight up. Your footwork needs to be dialed toward the top of the route, as the footholds get small.
3rd route from from right to left. This route is just to the right of the big pine tree at the middle of the wall.
4 bolts with chains at the top.
|By Tosh Peters|
From: Park City, UT
Nov 2, 2007
hard 10b. there is one rest in the middle. fun climbing, amazing view.
|By Blake Summers|
From: Park City, Utah
Sep 30, 2009
Yea, hard 10b.Spacced out bolts. Scored a bail beaner off the third bolt.