Starting on Hebe, climb to the glued flakes (the rest jug) and move left through some shouldery moves onto Climb with a View/Trapezoid at the top of the 2nd crux of that route. Finish on Climb with a View/Trapezoid.
This isn't really a proud line or anything but more of a way to avoid the now-sketchy 6th bolt on Hebe if you aren't psyched on climbing over a bolt with the threads stripped and nut at the end of the stud (until we replace it, of course). Otherwise, it's another, easier way of accessing the amazing mail slots at the top of Climb with a View/Trapezoid (provided you have efficient beta for Hebe).
Downhill (climber's left) end of Beaver Wall, starting off the 2nd to last tier. Starts on Hebe.
7 bolts to a 2 bolt anchor with chains (with fixed lower off biners as of 5/22/2013). A double length draw on the first bolt after the traverse is a good idea (as is unclipping this draw after clipping the next one) to reduce the inevitable rope drag.
|By Alex McIntyre|
From: Tucson, AZ
May 22, 2013
I didn't post this until now because I was trying to think of a clever name. I never did. The one star rating is a bit of a misnomer, as the movement is cool and it does linkup what are, in my opinion, two 4 star lines. However, it is still just a linkup and isn't special in its own right.