5 pitches. Start is on the left side of the standard route. Climb up to the large sandy ledge and belay from one of the many sets of bolts. Continue on up the gully to the right and up the undercling lieback to the next ledge and belay off of the bolts. Continue up to the right on easy 3rd class terrain to a tree belay just left of a slab and under a left facing corner. Continue up the left facing corner and up to the top of the sickle and pull over the small roof which is protected by a bolt. No more info for this route cause this is where we bailed.If you don't bail go right on legdes and up through easy terrain,make an awkward move left where the wall steepens,belay.The last pitch has one hard move right off the belay the rest of the pitch is 5.7 or 5.8 up a corner.You can scramble up4th class to the official top of this wall after the last pitch.
Submitted by: roc-ray on 2002-10-13
Route ID: 20359
Great climb! Good protection when you need it and solid rock.
Climbed this route about a dozen times back in 2000-2001. The last two pitches are the only real sustained climbing (maybe some would consider the first sport pitch as a solid one as well?). Distinct cruxes on the last two pitches are both bolt protected and solid cracks for pro the rest of the time. Straightforward rap descent. Wear helmets, still lots of loose rock on the ledges!
Was a long time back. I do vividly remember old angle iron hangers on 1/4" hardware store drop-ins (scary) on the first few belays. These may have been replaced ( i hope so). Good easy climbing. Watch out for loose rock falling from above though.