Little Big Horn
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This is a great route that you have to climb. Pretty stout. Fun crack climbing down low, tricky crux mid-way up, follow the corner to a roof and a few psychological moves on to the face above. Take the faint crack right and up to the top of the cliff.
This route is 50-100 feet to the right of Hidden Falls. Desend by rapping from a giant, slung chicken head or as per the standard Lower Tier descent.
Standard rack. Build your own anchor.
Collin on yet another great Red Rock climb.
|Comments on Little Big Horn
|By John Hegyes|
From: Las Vegas, NV
Mar 1, 2007
Looking at the cliff is a leftward slanting chimney that goes at about 5.2. It shares the same start as this route. The hardest part is at the bottom. This chimney is a pretty manageable downclimb unroped and also provides easy acess for potential top-roping.