|Wolfman Jack Wall
Well protected but strenuous.
1. 15m, 5b. Climb up and step left onto a small arete; then move left and go through the break in the overhang to gain the crack. Battle up this (large cam useful) to a good stance on the left.
2. 30m, 5c. Move back right into the crack and follow it to a good ledge a short way above. The crack's continuation becomes progressively harder until a long stretch gains a hanging corner below the final overhang. A decisive pull (peg) leads into the taxing finishing groove.
Start a short way up the grassy ramp below a prominent wide crack.
usual mixed rack
pitch 2 , approaching the fierce twin crack crux