Really Really Ridiculously Good Looking
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Fun face with great incut holds, and if you're willing to run it out a little bit on a short section of 5.8 hand crack at the top, the only sport climb on the wall. The bolts are very hard to spot at first.
The leftmost route on the tall right side of the wall, up the center of the clean face.
11 bolts, one or two hand size cams, 2 bolt anchor with mussy hooks.
|Comments on Really Really Ridiculously Good Looking
|By Jeff Mahoney|
From: Santa Barbara, CA
May 14, 2012
Definitely worth the scramble; one of the best routes in the Hills and a good measure for a solid 10a route. The crack at the top is short, lower-angle and can be climbed through to the anchors (or bring a single 2" piece if you want more piece of mind)
|By Ken H|
From: Granite, UT
Jun 6, 2012
Kind of loose and chossy. Expect this one to get harder as more and more holds rip off.
Apr 10, 2013
Ken must be smoking something not so good. This route, however, is wonderful--clean rock, nice edges, and pleasently sustained. I've done a lot (most?) 10a's in the Hills, and this is definitely one of the better ones. A single gold Camalot is all you need for the crack at the top. The setting is excellent, and the wall gets good afternoon shade. Go do it!