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|Portions of Reservoir Wall are on private land and should not be climbed. MORE INFO >>>|
V2 boulder start into ring locks to fists then through 5in roof, which transitions into 5in and 6in offwidth and then back to fists and hands.
On Reservoir wall, at top of trail to the right of Ninja and to the left of Shaka Zulu.
1in(2); 2in(2); 2.5in (3); 3.5 cam (2, could be replaced by #3 cam or possibly new #4 cam); #4 cam; #5 cam; #6 cam (2, doable with one).
BETA PHOTO: Plaque
BETA PHOTO: A better look at the roof.
BETA PHOTO: Careful its sharp.
Sep 23, 2012
Nice new route! Trust it is an excellent addition to Res Wall. The first ascentionist did a good job of cleaning it--for a brand new climb, there's not a lot of friable rock or sand in it. My buddy and I watched the crux get harder and harder with every burn, though, as one key face hold broke somewhat and another really useful one broke off entirely. The climbing throughout is varied and pretty entertaining. The gear recommendations are good--it can be climbed without a six, but you'll want one. I found an old #4 camalot helpful, although a new one could work. Lots and lots of #3 camalots, and more #2s and #1s than you would guess. #3.5s and new #4s didn't get nearly as much use as I'd guessed from the bottom.
|By Devin Fin|
Sep 25, 2012
ok this is a sweet line... on the on sight KW wiped out the roof big.... sacked it up an sent to hand drill the anchoers ... taped up her pants looked out in to the creek for about an hour ..... then went up clean !! KW yer my hero....
|By Cocoapuffs 1000|
From: Columbus, OH
Oct 1, 2012
Great climb. I 'cleaned' a few of the weaker footholds off - the roof move is bitchin! If you have baby soft skin like me, the edge of the upper crack may be a bit painful on the forearms...