Good climbing with some weird moves. Can be a single pitch but to reduce rope drag it is best to break into two. Protectet the traverse for your second.
Start up the obvious crack on right of McBride's Mind. Move left and rebelay. Then zig zag up the easiest line and angle left toward the Crazy Alice rap station.
Gear and chain anchor.
This route was named 'Flying Grasshopper' originally with three starts and three finishes. Together, Richard Pryor, Larin has Balls made up two of the three variations of this line.
Sourced from Souther Exposure Guidebook
|Comments on Richard Pryor Route
|By Andy Chasteen|
From: Oklahoma City, OK
Jan 28, 2008
Hard to not have rope drag, way too short for multiple pitches. Contrived, but still worth climbing. Almost peeled on the lichen covered traverse at the end, escaping a nasty long fall. Puckered a bit.