This is a great route that follows the Zig-zagging crack on the South facing wall of the canyon. There are lines of bolts on both sides of this route. It starts to left of what could be called a cave, but still surmounts an overhang in the beginning.
By Jay Knower Administrator From: Campton, NH Sep 28, 2006 rating: 5.10a6a18VI+18E1 5a
This was going to be my first 5.10 lead, many years ago. I was so amped, and shaking with fear and apprehension, that I pretty much shook myself off the climb while trying to put the first piece in. I took a good sized fall straight to the ground, and I landed on a boulder. I got a giant bruise on my butt cheek to show for it.
Truly a little bit of everything on this climb a MUST DO! I have been going to the hollow for years and always turned away from zig zag because I never was strong enough to lead it. after this weekend I can say this is truly an amazing climb!
By Kyle Hanus From: Milwaukee, WI May 12, 2013 rating: 5.10a6a18VI+18E1 5a
Hey everyone, an important jug at the start of the crack broke off. Might make things a bit more interesting...