This is an awesome climb up the secluded Wiggins Wall. The hairy part is right before the small tree and ledge about halfway up, but it's well-protected.
To descend, scramble to the top and then downclimb the southwest side of the crag or rappel off the south bluff.
Go south past all the other walls. Go west on a path right before you pass a cave on your right and veer south to the cliff base. Scramble up a third class slab to a belay anchor and ledge.
9 bolts, two bolt anchor. Well-protected moves.
|By Stewart M. Green|
Jul 15, 2008
Ya got the old grade from the FA on here when it was still loose and evolving. 5.9 now, maybe 5.9+ at the crux if you're short.
|By Phil Lauffen|
From: The Bubble
Oct 13, 2008
You are undoubtedly right! I guess I can't claim to be climbing 5.10s anymore!