This climbs the second slab from the left. It starts on top of a ledge system and works thin cracks and edges. It meanders left around a hard area, and then traverses back right to join up with a thin crack that splits the center of the face. Fun climb.
Slings around flakes up top. Bring your own just in case. Top-rope can be set up by climbing the climbs to the right and then scrambling up to the top of this flake. Be safe. If leading bring micro nuts
|By Nathan Fisher|
Aug 21, 2005
Small gear is an understatement. A couple of yellow metolius, a purple DMM, a couple of brass, and a red metolius, for the lower face. The top can take a couple of cams in horizontal cracks, from small to medium would work as the cracks vary in size. Bring runners, and a screamer for luck.
|By Stevie Nacho|
Jun 21, 2012
Led this yestersay and I really think its a great short climb. Bring a bunch of tiny to small nuts. Brassies are great. I saw a few spots where the smallest lowe-ball would be bomber, so bring those if you got'em. I placed a #6 (green) metolius down low, and a #7 (light blue) metolius around the corner with a long sling. HIgher up I stuffed a #00 metolius and a #0 metolius. This thing is worth climbing if you are comfortable with small gear and know how to place it. As for the "R" rating, I'm not sure that this is a true runout out climb. Maybe back in '84 when the Ruckmans climbed it pre-t.c.u.'s.