A tough start on bouldery slab with no pro leads to a nice crack which is somewhat flaring. The crack is actally a rounded water groove. *note* If you plan to lead this route, be a strong 5.9 climber. Can be easily toproped after climbing Left Up. Added: Bomber blue TCU in an eyebrow up and right of the start, before the business, stiff for the grade.
Submitted by: mr8615 on 2006-03-13
Route ID: 19872
This was our last climb of the day. I clipped the top-rope through a sling on the pine above this route, with the top-rope set up on the Left Up belay bolts. As with most of the climbs on this section, the crux is at the very beginning, and the rest of the climb rolls back to much easier grade. Still a great start and some good layback practice and fun easy moves on the upper section. Protection looks very good for trad lead.