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Up the arete
this route is excellent. The first part is the hardest, the second part is more run out and has good holds. The moves around bolts 2,3,4 may require some time to figure it out, manteling is a good idea!
the left side of the prominet arete you first get to.
QD's , you may want a few slings to tie of knobs.
Me in a weird position on the very fun technical r...
|By The Other James|
Feb 16, 2009
Before the crux move below the 3rd bolt, you can move right 2 feet and reach up and clip the 3rd bolt; then return left and pull the tricky move with confidence.
Mar 18, 2009
I only found 8 bolts on this route, contrary to ST... Did I miss one?
From: San Francisco
Mar 23, 2009
rating: 5.10b PG13
Great mantle at 3rd bolt crux, eases off a bit after that - with a few easier, yet attention grabbing mantles up higher.
Don't miss the little potato chip crimp for your left hand at the 3rd bolt crux.
Run out 20'+ on easier (5.7-.9) terrain up top
From: San Jose
Apr 26, 2010
Dan McDevitt early nineties , perfectly bolted, nice line sustained all the way
Jan 7, 2012
FA: Dan McDevitt, Sue McDevitt, 1991
From: Oakland, CA
Oct 30, 2012
9 bolts. Not sure where slings would protect what is not already protected by bolts.