|Lower Pumphouse Wash
Do an easy but funky move to get on the rock. Face climb past 2 bolts to get to the crack. A short crux (.75 camalot?) leads to a nice handcrack, which leads to a bolted anchor.
This is the first established route encountered while hiking up-canyon from 89a. It is an obvious splitter crack on the right with 2 bolts down low.
2 quickdraws, plus a single set of cams from .75 thru #3 camalots. An optional #4 camalot can help protect the transition from face to crack. Rap off bolted anchor.
Without a doubt the first 10 year old ascent, TR o...
A nice crack in Pumphouse
BETA PHOTO: Just a different angle.
The "There is no way this is a 5.10" Crack
From: Tucson, AZ
Jul 2, 2011
hard to imagine a better little crack for the non 5.10 trad leader to try to push their limits- 2 bolts before you get to the crack, and once in the crack the gear is super solid, plus anchors. Thanks! to whoever put this up.... nice climb. i'd bring .75, 1, 2, and 4 which pretty much sews it up
|By Robbie Brown|
From: Flagstaff, AZ
Sep 30, 2012
little stout for 10a/b but one of the best sandstone cracks near flag