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An obvious Z shaped crack on the far right side of the Don Quixote face.
This is the first route you will see when you approach the Don Quixote Face from the parking area by way of hiking around the south end of the main wall past the Heart Route.
Trad or Top Rope, the anchors are easy to reach from the top so it is a popular TR.
From: Tacoma, WA
Oct 20, 2008
Kind of a stretch to call this PG-13, I think. I've only bouldered it, but it's always looked to me like you could get good gear (small cams) into the crack, even if it is a bit flared. That said, the crux is within bouldering range and it gets much easier after that...so forget the gear and just boulder it!
|By Marty Bland|
Jun 13, 2010
I'm with Andy. Not PG 13 and easily protectable.
|By Adam Volwiler|
Jun 20, 2011
It's not pg13. If you have smaller cams you can plug about 10 of them in.
|By Danger-Russ Gordon|
From: Zion, Utah
Oct 2, 2012
Fun enough route, i lead it with small cams, and it protects just fine, and then soloed it, good times!