Ascent Notes for: Lost Arrow Direct -
Average Rating : 3.00/5
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This was my first wall climb, in the Fall of 1983. If you have a little experience with aid climbing, and can handle the fairly long bathook pitch off the Second Error ledge, this would be a good first wall. The approach probably makes it far less crowded than the South Face of W.C. or the Leaning Tower.
Witnessed by: Steve Gerberding
I loved it, at the last section, it maybe gone by now, was a 10 foot piece of webbing hanging down. After reefing on it for 7 feet you get to see what it is attached to, a golf ball size hole with a broken slider wedged sidewise single piano wire knotted. I watched the surprised look on everyone faces, they instantly took their weight off the webbing. The Tyrolienne traverse was the best airy felling I have ever had. I was thinking please no earthquake in California today.
Witnessed by: Bill, Alie, Ralph Micheal