|By Maurice Chaunders|
May 14, 2014
This climb is the second bolted climb to the right of #8. The huge spray painted #8 bullseye is a few feet to the left of the route #8. I followed the bolt line straight up, for the most part, straying left at the end, before coming back right to finish up at the top. Lots of slopers but decent places to clip. Fun and committing move on the thin seam at the top.
There's a new(er) bolted climb to the right of this. Some books call Thanks for mams #16, and #17 is a TR on the dihedral to the right. There is now a line of bolts, on the outside of the column, to the left. You can climb this fun 10c, and hang the draws on Thanks, to TR it.