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Pulling over the crux roof.
Awesome thin crack just left of "Bottomless Topless".
Pulling the roof will be the crux for most, but if leading, the top is pumper and a wee bit heady. Awkward, hard to see placements past the 2/3rds horizontal "rest".
Obvious chalked up finger crack with a roof about 25' up on the front side of Snowshed, just left of the 10a chimney, "Bottomless Topless"
Thin rack, an arsennal of small cams up to about a 2" piece for right above the roof.
Or better perhaps, just set up a TR.
Some trickier moves higher up.
Lucas Price fighting gravity.
Nov 23, 2008
One of the best cracks i have done so far. If you are up for the grade then this is a must do. A crux roof leads into thin liebacking on perfect finger locks. Awesome and sustained!
Mar 7, 2009
A great climb to push your trad ability to the next level - good protection and good to fall on. Took a 20'+ fall about 10' above the horizontal - 0.5" friend held perfectly
By Evan Riley
From: San Francisco, CA
Jul 27, 2013
Great route, clean falls, great pro, just make sure you bring your offsets. A really good route to push the grade on.