This is the only "sport" route at Pete's Rock. Climb up an easy vegetated crack to a flake. Reach up for the right-diagonalling crack and continue up to a rest ledge at the first bolt. Pull the small roof to a hidden second bolt. Clip the third bolt under the big roof up top, reach for the jugs and pull up to the anchors.
Sport Route right of Corner/Chimney. Start in the corner/chimney system at the bottom of the traverse. Rappel off.
3 bolts lead to 2 bolts with rings for anchors. Bring some medium to small gear for the flake and diagonalling crack.
|By Shaun Greene|
Jan 5, 2007
rating: 5.8+ 5b 16 VI- HVS 4c
Seemed much easier than 5.10 to me. Maybe 5.8+. Be interested in a second opinion on that. Fun route though and a great place for beginers to top rope (bring trad gear to set up top rope)
|By Kurt Howes|
Mar 17, 2010
guess you could skirt the crux bulge/roof to the left, but done straight on is easily 10.a. Consensus 10.b is a fair judgment.
|By Garret Nuzzo-Jones|
From: Salt Lake City, UT
Dec 6, 2012
rating: 5.10a 6a 18 VI+ E1 5a
Not a 5.10d. Felt pretty stout though and if you go fairly direct towards the roof on the flake there are some fun slopey moves. Fun roof to pull. Makes you think about the moves a little bit.
Has anchors at the top (one on some kind of odd bolt and another fixed to a piton) for toproping. Can easily walk around either side to access the chains.