5.9 face with cracks for pro, or 10a face with a bolt gains fun wide hands with tons of features on the face for feet.
Two number 3 camalots if you want to sew it up.
From: san mateo
Oct 17, 2010
The 5.9 start is the variation and the 10a start is the start for the route. The 10a bit is a couple of fun moves over a small roof that is well protected by a bolt. The hand size crack with dikes intersecting it is great for folks who are new to crack climbing.
|By Some Random Guy|
From: San Francisco, CA
Jun 11, 2013
rating: 5.10a 6a 18 VI+ E1 5a
Do the direct 5.10a start. Undercling and smear to pull the roof. Fun lead and the bolt protects it very well. The crack starts out as a finger crack and widens to a perfect splitter hand crack. I put in #0.4 cam down low and then a #3 cam. Was able to back clean the #3 and just kept moving it up as I progressed to the top.
I think Supertopo only gives this route 2 stars but I give it 4. I really enjoyed it.