Start up using the edge of a crack on the left and clipping bolts on the face up to a roof. Clip a bolt right at the roof and pass it on the left using some cracks and jugs. Above the roof, move slightly right and make fun moves past a cool flake to the anchors. The flake sounds pretty hollow but is solid.
This is the first route to the right of Richter Scale.
10 bolts to two-bolts with rap rings anchor.
Tracy leading Shelfish.
Dillinger is just to the right.
Tracy mid-crux on Shelfish.
Roland at the second overlap.
Feb 22, 2011
rating: 5.9 5c 17 VI HVS 5a
Good climbing at the start, but the upper section has a lot of wandering with kind of an odd bolt line, with some suspect rock and a bolt or two in rock that doesn't sound great.
|By Ivan Rezucha|
From: Fort Collins, CO
Mar 21, 2011
The midway roof can be climbed directly on jugs, making a better line.