From the top of the Barnacle, traverse left on a good ledge to the base of the route. Climb up and left to ring piton at the base of the left crack. Jam the excellent hand and finger crack, to fun buckets all the way to the good ledge. Clip a bolt and traverse straight right 10 feet to a bolted anchor.
Gear to 2", mostly hands and fingers.
|By Bruce Hildenbrand|
Jul 11, 2011
I believe the name of this climb should be 'Tiburon' which means 'shark' in Spanish.