Starts a little chossy but gets better and continues up steep and varied terrain. Negotiate a couple bulges to a large ledge avoiding poor quality rock to the left. From the ledge, go up and then traverse left to gain a large flake at the base of an overhanging right facing wall. Climb pockets and jugs to a rest. Then up a tricky arete and back on a right face on more good holds onto a slab. Watch the rope and slab below as you pull the roof and up into an alcove. Some trad skills help a tricky and exposed finish gaining the anchors at the top of the cliff.
Right of All Washed Up and left of Babyface
14 bolts to double chain draw anchors
|By Ian McG|
Jan 21, 2014
rating: 5.10a/b 6a+ 19 VI+ 19 E2 5b
Fun route, with varied and sustained movement. With some traffic, this route will no doubt clean up nicely- potentially rivaling the ever popular trundle trophy and flexercise as quality area warmups. Steep face climbing, mantels, overhanging bulges, and even bomber hand jam! Some sections may be spicy for somebody leading at the grade. Enjoy, but watch for loose bits on this new route.
From: Riverside, Ca
Feb 6, 2014
rating: 5.10a 6a 18 VI+ 18 E1 5a
after doing this route multiple times, I think it goes at 10a. I feel like there is only really 1 distinct crux on this route and it doesn't go any harder than moves on whammy or par up with crux move on flexercise. If you want to count in the length of the route along with the pump, the route has enough no hands rest before any real "10a" climbing begins.
oh and the hand jam! don't miss out on the hand jam!
From: Los Angeles, California
Apr 5, 2014
rating: 5.10b/c 6b 20 VII 20 E2 5b
Once you know where to go this thing isnt that difficult, I think around 10b. I think other climbs like flexercise and wanderstuff are much more cruiser than this though and theyre rated higher. This is somewhat sustained and steep. For the roof, dont go left onto the face from the get go cause those moves are definitely not in the 10 range :0. Still some loose stuff too, especially higher up.
|By Benjamin Chapman|
From: Small Town, USA
Apr 14, 2014
Wow...how did Louie miss this one? A great line with exciting and varied movement.
From: redlands, ca
Apr 18, 2014
It was made after the most recent edition of the guide book, cleaned up just recently this year Benjamin. Great route, cleaning up nicely but best to belay wells to the climber's right to avoid falling pieces. The crux is definitely pumpy but not more than 10a.