Climb the overhanging east face of the Jesus boulder, starting on the low right side and climb up to the top left and top out as with the Jesus arete. Steep and powerful, this line looks like one of the best in Wisconsin, like the other routes on this amazing boulder. If you have not been on this you are severely missing out- its worth the drive alone. Pure sickness!
Locate the Jesus boulder and beging on the most positive holds you can reach and beging the leftward drift through some solid crankin'.
Ths is sure to become a hardman testpiece!
3-5 pads is pimp
From: Roanoke, VA La Crosse, WI
Jun 18, 2011
took a look at this today. I was able to envision a couple of the moves before the mosquitoes and rain chased me off. If the big bulging block at the base werent obstructucing the fall and moves it might be classic...as it stands now though, its one of those lines where you think... if only it was ________.
From: Madison, WI
Sep 12, 2011
This is legitimately hard! Some big lock-offs on small holds and core-tension are required to kick this one. The support boulder on the left takes some of the aesthetics away, but shouldn't obstruct the movement.