Start either on a shelf above your belayer at the base of an obvious left-facing corner, or work a couple simple face moves directly below said shelf to add a few unnecessary feet to your climb. Climb in the dihedral with great cracks for pro, then move out to the arete as the dihedral deteriorates. There is no walkoff, so be prepared to rappel.
Head to the right side of the Zulu Wall. A trail leads up some steep terrain to the base of an obvious left-facing dihedral.
Pro to 2in.
Two bolt anchor with rap rings.
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|Comments on Physical Attraction
From: CO / NM
Jun 27, 2011
Must do climb (even if its a warmup). Just wish it was longer.
|By Richard Shore|
Jul 1, 2013
Much more difficult than appearances suggest, and no gimme for the grade. Two nice ASCA ring bolts on top for rappelling.
From: Double Springs, AL
Aug 2, 2013
rating: 5.8 5b 16 VI- HVS 4c
Great route, good pro. I probably climbed this 10 times in a row when I was learning to place gear.