The Ripper Point
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Work good crimps along the lip until they end. Make a big throw or tic tac edges and the arete to get the slopey crimp. Straight up to the jug and top out. An old school V5, now widely thought to be stiff at V6 and unfortunately the yardstick for many other V5's on the mountain.
Climbs the obvious arete at the left adge of the steep wall on the back of the Ripper Boulder.
Flat dirt landing, easy to pad.
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