This was my frist solo climb. I used a grigri and a pursik as a safety. I anchored myself into the first bolt and made a fail safe on the second that would only put tension on it if the first was to fail. I completed both pitches and made to to the top for the first time with no incident. Descended with two ropes.
Showed up at the wall not knowing what anything was and preceded to climb on the route that I thought looked the easiest to get back in the grove of things since it has been 5 months from my last climb. After getting past the 3 bolt it was pretty simple. I only brought one rope at 200 ft length so I had to repel to P1 of Goldline which was perfect because it made for a more interesting repel. And I was stoked because it was the perfect use for my pirana repel device. Jessica was on my Belay.
Great weather and just a handful of climbers at Texas Canyon. "Hyperion" isn't a sport climb, but fun. It's a full rope length to the anchors, but you can rappel to the P1 anchor on Goldline" or "Aenea" and than to the base with one rope.
Interesting slab climbing on knobs, inclusions, and pockets past a small overhang/roof crux. Hyperion is still chossy and loose, even after all these years. Tightened down the loose hanger at the crux. Looks solid.