|2nd Meat Wall
A good tune up for Top Sirloin -- a lot of thin hands in a corner.
There are two sections separated by a large ledge: the lower is about 40', the upper 80'. The lower section starts with easy scrambling, then easy stemming, then goes to off vertical rattly fingers in a corner and corner and finishes with easy face climbing on rotten rock -- watch out for the X-block
The upper section is almost all thin hands with occasional stem rests -- the crack gradually thins so save your smaller stuff for the top.
About 40 meters left of T Bones.
Something on the order of 4 .5 Camalots, and 6 each .75 and #1 Camalot. A #2 and/or #3 C would go at the top.
Oct 20, 2008
This is actually called Sesh One Cooking. Really fun route, you only need about 2 .5 camalots but the number of greens and reds sounds about right.