Slighly overhanging, thin hands, leads to nice hands, fists and into an off-width, then an off-width slab. Placed a couple butterflies on this one.
Crack on the Western face of the Hamburger Boulder.
Medium to Large Protection (#1-#6). Bolts on top. Rap-off.
|By marc rosenthal|
From: San Antonio, TX
Jan 31, 2012
Aptly named, be prepared to do some serious tape-up for this route. I found myself doing hand stacks, ring jams, and fist jams on this bad boy. Burly!
|By bart cubrich 1|
Feb 11, 2014
rating: 5.9 5c 17 VI 17 HVS 5a
Did this with #2-#4, definitely wish I would have seen the advice about bringing a #6. Not too bad with the #4 though, as you can protect just below the slab, and run it out till the bolts.