After you clear the roof on Sasquatch, step right, and I mean STEP. There is a nice chickenhead there, and your first clip. Here is where the fun begins. Very thin moves and minute crystals lead to a tenuous second clip. A little bit of rightward movement will allow the climbing to easxe up to the flake with the pin. From here the climbing eases to a hard 9 easy 10, but still holds your attention, with a bit more space between the pin, the bolt, and the anchors. A very enjoyable route, not intended to be climbed on hot muggy days, like today.
Littlefoot shares the beginning with Sasquatch, so bring your Sasquatch gear. It also shares the anchors. It has 3 bolts and a pin of it's own.
|By Landon McBrayer|
From: Salt Lake City, UT
Jul 1, 2011
This climb is excellent. Pretty hard second clip, but it's a clean fall(if there is such a thing on slab) if you blow it.