|i. High E
Halfway up the second pitch of Insuhlation, traverse straight left on good holds to a short, right-facing corner. Make a reach to a huge horizontal, then climb the face (crux) straight to the pine tree belay station.
Most people would consider this to be a variation to Insuhlation rather than a separate route, but who cares; the climbing is great.
Go right past the High Exposure buttress to the start of Insuhlation.
Standard 'Gunks rack.
|By Michael Schneider|
Apr 26, 2014
It is a whole route. From the ground, boulder up the face of the flake to the ledge. Continue up yellowish face through the double overhang to the stance follow shallow corner right to the steep face. Make the reach to the horizontal, and climb the clean boulder problem-like face.
This was very 80’s three or four pieces of gear but always at the hard bits. With today’s small cams it must be G/PG.
|By Eugene Kwan|
Jun 3, 2014
One of the best routes at the gunks. Not sure why it's not a classic. A yellow camalot is very useful after the second crux. Bring extra small cams. Can descend with one 60 m rope with two rappels.
Jun 8, 2014
rating: 5.10a 6a 18 VI+ 18 E1 5a
Very beautiful face climbing.