Across the road from King Otto's Castle lies this north-facing crag which several good routes to choose from. This climb on the central portion of the wall and climbs thin crack in a large right-facing corner.
Jam the thin vertical crack passing a slight bulge two-thirds of the way up (crux). Continue up past easier terrain to a notch and belay. Walk off to the climber's right.
A great crack route that is as good as Right V Crack, but far less crowded and less greasy with a slightly longer approach. One of many lesser known gems of Indian Cove.
Gear to 3"
|By Tony B|
From: Around Boulder, CO
Jan 16, 2005
rating: 5.10a 6a 18 VI+ E1 5a
Fun, secure, and easy to protect. Perhaps a little easier than most of the 10b's I did in Indian Cove, but admittedly a little strenuous. A good 10b lead for those pushing into the grade.
|By Richard Shore|
Jan 3, 2012
rating: 5.10b 6a+ 19 VII- E2 5b
Strenuous to place gear, and you have to commit a few moves up into the vertical corner before getting your first piece. I never felt secure on this one. Mostly thin fingers and tips for my sausages, while stemming and/or liebacking. Biggest piece I used was a .5 camalot. There is a large boulder above that can be slung for an anchor, also equipped with fixed rap slings/rings.