Another fine line. The routes at this wall are of the highest quality. What a great job by the first ascent team's that really added tyre value to the ever grateful climbing community!!! Thanks for the routes, guys!!
By Ivan Rezucha From: Fort Collins, CO Sep 20, 2011 rating: 5.10c6b20VII20E2 5b
This was way harder than the two "10c"'s we did earlier, Lord of the Files and White Dwarf. There's a perplexing slab move near the top of the slab section. The corner is sustained and a bit scary due to a potential ledge fall if one piece pulls. Once you start up the corner it's hard to stop to place gear. A #0.75 Camalot (green) is useful at the top. I placed a #0.5, but it was umbrella'd.
By slim Administrator Jun 3, 2013 rating: 5.10b6a+19VII-19E2 5b
Couple tricky thin spots on this one. One or two of the bolts on the upper part of the slab were in weird locations that were tough to clip and didn't really protect against the ledges below.
By Bob Rotert Aug 4, 2014 rating: 5.11-6c22VIII+22E3 5c
Thought this was very good. Slabbing to a neat finger tip lieback corner. Third or fourth bolt?, I think, was placed a little higher than would have been optimal. The Corner felt harder than 5.10 to us. We did The Bends afterwards and thought this route was harder.