I finally finished this practice aid route. It's nothing to brag about, but it does offer a place for the beginning aid climber to go to work out the systems. Total route height is only about 45', but I broke it into two pitches, each anchor with three well-space 3/8" bolts to mimmic a big wall belay. Bring the haul bag and portaledge and figure it all out here. You'll only need rivet hangers for pro, and the top anchor has a chain/rappel ring to get you back to the ground quickly. My rope is hanging from the first belay anchor and the route starts out down and to the left of it (hidden by bush). Second pitch tops out up and right of the rope, at the area in the sun just below the lip of the formation.
|Photo Location:||North_America: United_States: Arizona: Phoenix_Area: McDowell_Mountains: Morrell_s_Wall|