A slightly tricky start leads to a narrow ledge about halfway up. An initially blank-seeming face reveals glorious pockets and leads to a wonderful and intimidating roof with some balancy moves using tricky-to-find handholds. The final bit to the chains requires a bit of thought and body positioning.
Going straight over the roof is more rewarding, but a bit harder than following the path of least resistance.
Starts between two large evergreen trees. The third line from the left on the buttress.
8 bolts, chain anchors.
|Comments on Our Mrs. Reynolds
|By Brennan Crellin|
From: Cedar Hills, UT
Sep 22, 2013
rating: 5.10d 6b+ 21 VII+ E3 5b
This route is very rewarding; it provides great rests (without easy sections) between thoughtful climbing!