This is an old project on the far left side of the Project Wall (where everyone urinates pre-redpoint) that got cleaned up a bit and sent. It climbs a grey-and-white-streaked face to a big bulge to a bit of blue stone above, and is back behind the trees.
Climb the vertical face on sidepulls and crimps to a first-set of anchors (given 11d, feels harder). Lower off, or continue right into the bulge and a gymnastic crux sequence on slopers that takes you to a good little brick, then layaways, above the bulge. The 13c rating assumes you do both pitches as one, without weighting the first set of anchors. Bring a good heel-toe hooking shoe.
|By Michael Schneiter|
From: Glenwood Springs, CO
May 26, 2008
The new guide lists the climbing to the first set of anchors as 11c but it is rather dirty and uninspiring in its present condition.