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A short section of vertical face quickly kicks back to a slab. Higher the wall steepens again, and a mantle gains a small ledge before finishing up an exposed arete to anchors on the shoulder of the formation.
Fun moves throughout it's length with a nice variety of moves and good positioning in the upper crux section.
The left-most route on the wall up the obvious arete.
5 bolts, ring anchors
|By Dave Daly|
From: Temecula, CA
Jul 13, 2010
Although I had no issue with the crux start, my wife (5'5) had difficulties reaching the good knob up by the first bolt. Knowing that she's been a consistant 5.9/5.10 climber, it was hard to believe that the start wasn't taken in consideration for short folks. Seems more like 5.8ish. Rated it 5.8- to be fair for all. Fun climb for sure!