About 30' left of Wild Pink. Look for the smoothly attractive vertical splitter right where the rock changes from orange to grey.
Begin up nicely sculpted finger crack, heading for a R-facing corner that becomes a roof. Turn the roof and pump up a miniature headwall on crimps to the top. No anchor, but you can move R to the Wild Pink anchor or walk off (!) to the left.
Nothing real big.
|Comments on Unknown L of Wild Pink
|By Rob Dillon|
Feb 19, 2013
Climbed this in February 2012. It's pretty good. We pulled a scary block off under the roof and now the scary is gone. A local told us this is a Steve Goins route, name/date unknown. Recommendable.