Two 3rd/4th class pitches are followed by a 5.4, a 5.7 and a 5.10 corner/face pitch. The upper 7 pitches are all 5.11, with bolts protecting many of the cruxes. The first and last 5.11 pitches are the hardest at 5.11+. Double bolt anchors are available at every belay ledge. Refer to the attached photo for route topo, picture and description.
The route begins in the grassy gully that rises above the lower slabs.
Rappel the route.
Two 60M ropes, 12 quickdraws, 1 set of nuts, one set of TCU's and one set of cams to 4",
top of pitch ten, Dinner Plates!
|By Nick Stayner|
From: The Magic City
Oct 10, 2012
Mike, thanks for adding this! Is the rock generally pretty good on this route?
|By Mike Snyder|
Oct 14, 2012
Its been a long time, but I remember being continually amazed by the quality of the rock and climbing on every pitch. This thing is truly a rock star out in the middle of nowhere.