Look for the headwall with the striking crack. Climb up reasonably protected slabs and small corners to a tree ledge. Sling the small tree to the right and make the crux moves off the ledge on a technical slab to a horizontal with good gear. Continue straight up the slab to the headwall with a crack. Climb the crack over the lip and step left onto a slab and follow it to the large pine tree with an anchor.
Look for the crack in the upper headwall on the left end
Joshua Corbett tackles the cracks of the upper hea...
Jon at the roof
over the roof
|By burlap submariner|
Apr 18, 2013
Did this route for the first time yesterday, it should be noted that the crux of this route is down low. I can see how some people could find the roof intimidating however its 5.8 max. This route and the route to its direct right are very good. Thin cruxes near the start with crack or chimney climbing up high.