This route overhangs 10 feet in 30. Hard climbing from the start to a good shake then deceptively hard laybacking on steep stuff leads to a few easier moves to the chains. This may be a little bit of a reach (power) problem as I (5.6) deadpoint the crux. I did the moves as we worked it on TR before bolting it but couldn't redpoint it despite 15 or so attempts. Jimbo nailed it second go. Whether it is a reach problem or not he is now a giant in my eyes.
West face of It Wall. Go down hill then around corner and up a little.
BETA PHOTO: Better shot of the angle.
FIXED ! Way to go Jim !.... show that dwarf !
|By Jake Croft|
From: Tucson, Az
May 3, 2014
May not look it from the ground, but this is a fun climb with good movement on it. More sustained than the two routes to the right of it, probably my favorite route at the crag. Definitely a must do!