Do a tricky 11+ or 12- slab up to a good rest under a giant roof. Then crank out the roof on steadily shrinking holds. They start juggy, but they don't end that way!
Really great line and burly for sure.
On the Slavery Wall, last time I checked this was the second from the left end of the wall. Not too hard to identify due to its slab to steep roof transition.
10 bolts to anchors
|Comments on Screaming Night Hog
From: the wasatch
Apr 17, 2007
FA was Huey
|By Mike Snyder|
May 12, 2008
rating: 5.12c 7b+ 27 IX- E6 6b
The location of this route is left of the crack that forms the intro to Schools Out. This is one of four routes that begin on the slab and transitions into steeper terrain above. Perhaps a better start is to go up the Schools Out crack then step left to join the left leaning finish of Night Hog, avoiding the unpleasantness of the techy slab climbing. This was Hueys 3rd route at the Mondo and a sneaky little test of shallow pocket strength right at the end.