|Pat and Jack Pinnacle
Underclingon follows a beautiful arching roof to its end, where you transfer to the cool head-wall above. This transition is the crux, but is protected really well. The undercling moves out the roof are fun and solid and the footholds are nice and textured too! Once you get onto the head-wall, angle somewhat right and towards the anchors of The Tube. This way follows the top of the 12c between the two routes but is fun and interesting and there is no drag. To get to the last bolt a fun mantle move is done. A great climb.
This route is located about 30 or 40 feet left of The Tube. It starts at the base (left end) of a small obvious, arching roof that is underclinged to the end.
|By Luke Stefurak|
From: Mountain View, CA
Oct 5, 2009
Very fun route. Make sure to bring a few alpine draws/slings for some of the middle/upper bolts since the route wanders a little (I used two but wished for a third). Excellent start with a tricky steep finish! Stick clipping the 1st bolt may be wise.
Jan 7, 2012
FA: Ron Skelton, Dan McDevitt, 3/1988