"The chinaman is not the issue here, Dude. Also, Dude, chinaman is not the preferred nomenclature. Asian-American, please."
Climb up some good plates and edges past the first bolt and into the huge hueco. An awesome 2-finger pocket gets you established at the overhanging bulge. Pull over the bulge on good holds and make a desperate escape left onto the thin slab after the last bolt.
Located amongst some formations to the northwest of the main LLUA Crag. See map on main page for directions.
4 bolts to 2 bolt anchor. Walkoff/downclimb an easy V0 boulder problem on the far northeast corner of the formation.
By Joseph Stover From: Batesville, AR Sep 10, 2011 rating: 5.11a/b6c23VIII-23E3 5c
the climbing leading to the dustbowl is fun and harder than it looks, then the best part begins. Some strong cranking leads to a spicey topout. The last clip is difficult, however immaculately clean fall potential exists. Walkoff is far climbers right, downclimb an arete.
By Jiana ten Brinke From: Santa Barbara, CA Sep 10, 2011 rating: 5.11a/b6c23VIII-23E3 5c
Two words for this route: SUPER FUN! The best part of the climb comes after the big pocket.
Glad to hear you two enjoyed the route. "Dustbowl" is a rather fitting description of the big hueco. Maybe I'll bring along a big broom to sweep it out next time I'm there.
By andy patterson Administrator From: Santa Barbara, CA Sep 26, 2011 rating: 5.11b6c23VIII-23E3 5c
I was pretty impressed by this climb. The bottom moves provide some elevation, and the last ten feet are slightly mysterious and fun. I thought the last clip was quite mellow, however: you pull up rope while hanging off a solid open-hand edge.
I'm curious about the face to the right. There appears to be a fun line there.