About 40 feet left of Thank You, Scott. Very technical and sequency, this route feels like a 35 foot boulder problem. The crux comes *before* the first bolt, so bring a stick clip (if you have the courage, you can use a pad, because landing isn't bad but not great) or TR this climb.
It is 40 feet left of Thank You, Scott. It is also the only bolted route on the wall.
3 bolts and rebar at top to build TR anchor.
|By Matt Wilson|
From: Bethel, Vermont, USA
Jun 9, 2011
Careful on the top rope, your rope will get some good rubbing in on an outcropping.
Sep 5, 2011
This is a great route, despite its shortness. I would definitely recommend to stick-clip, and if you do, the route is super safe and well-bolted the rest of the way. Definitely agree that is feels like a long boulder problem, as the moves keep coming and offer little rest until you're standing below the finishing ledge, trying to shake off the pump and figure out the mantle.