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As a whole the route is a total pile but the crux (second) pitch is quite good and burly.
P3. If you're stubborn and want to finish... Wedge/crawl through another ant-infested big bush and run-it-out up a big dirty corner with many loose (some teetering) blocks, past one pin, to another ledge with a tree. (5.9- X)
P4. Actually an interesting slab/crack past a couple old pins and OK gear. Kinda scaly/dirty, though...Imagine that! (10 R)
Last pitch (or two)...Long upward and left traversing pitch all the way to lunch ledge area.
Descend the not-so-pleasant brush-wracked gully to the base, below your packs
Fairly far to the left of where the standard trail meets the cliff. Crux pitch is east facing.
Standard rack of wired nuts and .5" cam to #4 Camalot plus 1 or 2 #5 and #6 Friends. 70M rope if rapping after crux pitch (highly recommended).