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The difficult parts are the start (chimneying) and the final slabs, which are wet, dirty and not well-protected.
The first 50' are pleasant climbing; once one reaches the wet slab, it's a skankfest to the first useable rappel tree. This route would be enhanced by anchors at the end of the good climbing.
The right end of the Wayout Main Face blends into dirty, wet slab. This route is a straight-in chimney toward the right end, but before the cliff becomes wet slab. It lies ~ 15' left of a huge, sweeping detached 35' tall "flake" with a cave behind it.
Cams from small to 4"
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