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Climb up to a crack in the roof (hands/fists)and work left around the roof. Continue to the top using the crack and face holds.
Locate a roof with a diagonal roof branching to the left. The route starts below the roof and traverses around it.
Standard top rope setup, placements a little scarce on top bring lots of webbing. Leadable but no pro for first 10 ft or so (5.6ish) until you reach the roof. Pro gets a little thin at the top as well. Can share a TR with Y.
me getting spanked by the roofs on Z... first time...
|By Doug Lintz|
From: Kearney, NE
Oct 26, 2006
Watch out for a good sized toprope swing if you blow the lower half. Multiple cruxes, the lower half involves awkward off-width traversing and the upper half is just strenuous. An interesting route overall. Watch out for birds (living, sometimes dead, and nests) in the chimney at the route's start.
|By Sam Smolnisky|
From: Sioux Falls, SD
Oct 14, 2011
Great lead if you have a little bit of large hand to fist sized gear. Fun to work through the bottome crux and move out left under the roof when you're on the sharp end.