This climb starts with some thin moves right off the deck. A spotter is highly recommended due to the sharp block at the base. It then moves far right from the bolt line up to an overlap and then makes a crux traverse left under the overlap and pulls around a bulge. The rest of the climb is at a lower grade but the holds are rounded (good texture though) and there's at least one clip where you'll notice an unusually long distance to the bolt below you.
This is a high-quality, full-value route that shouldn't be missed.
This climb starts at the far right side of the main wall. There is a sharp block at the base.
7 or 8 bolts and rap rings
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