|The Bat Roof
The perfect introduction to roof climbing. Start in the back of the roof at big holds and climb out the right-facing rail feature. At the large opposing jugs (where the line intersects a perpendicular crack), either continue straight out to the fin and a big move to top out or cut right past a small pocket and opposing undercling.
Around the middle of the Bat Roof, look for the obvious right-facing rail feature. Starts in back of the roof and goes straight out.
Pad for final moves.
Finishing the rail moving to the final shelf.
|By Jim French|
Oct 31, 2007
went to priest draw a few weeks ago and discovered that a big block is now missing from this route, making it much harder. have fun :)
|By Andrew Ryder|
From: Flagstaff, AZ
Nov 10, 2007
The missing block doesn't seem to change much except to make the topout a bit trickier. I don't think it's any tougher grade-wise.
|By Tavis Ricksecker|
From: Bishop, ca
Nov 12, 2007
For extra pumpage, start on this problem and traverse the jugs all the way left to top out six feet right of the bat cave problem. Easy but very pumpy!
Aug 11, 2011
Great link up of this and the bat roof route.