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Climb past two bolts to the right of the big crack at the back of the right-facing corner. Step left across the crack to a ledge, clip the third bolt, and climb a flake on an unrelentingly vertical wall. Diagonal left to a good pocket, traverse back right, and do a burly pull-up from a sloping 1" wide edge to a good hold (crux). Continue up the face to a two shut, two bolt anchor. A "Wyoming .10d."
Follow the Home Alone trail for 100', passing the cave, to the large right-facing corner.
6 bolts. In late August 2006, only one of the anchor bolts was equipped with a quicklink. Lower from the two shuts or leave a biner/quicklink in the other bolt hanger.
|By Mike Snyder|
May 9, 2008
A great route that really checks in around .11c. Sandbagging is fun for all grades!!! This too is a Mike Decker route.
From: Dillon, MT
Jul 20, 2009
I think the crux is height dependent, I struggled with it for a while until my buddy found the trick to the crux, huge undercling left gets you to the deep pocket below the 6th bolt, which is a 5.10d/5.11a move we thought.
|By richard magill|
Sep 23, 2009
superb line - this route could be a little tough for the grade...