Average Rating : 4.00 out of 5
Route sequence (left to right): 0
Route Summary | Ascent Notes (1)
Rupert Kammerlander, Anton Karuzza, 4/1978
Rock (Trad) (Sport)
Bolts and occasional knob tie-off or nut placement.
Ascends the main northeast face, first pitch bolts are hard to see. First two pitches have great bolts, the last two are less frequently climbed and feature more run outs and older bolts. The first pitch wanders a bit, only the second crux pitch would be considered "sport" due to the frequency and quality of bolts (it was an aid ladder).
Can walk off from the top towards the southwest. Drop down below slabs, and follow the cliff around back to the base. Rappelling is easiest if only the first couple pitches are done.
Submitted by: JakeMiller on 2010-11-20
Route ID: 107318
It was hot, so we chose Resurrection wall's shady north face. The crux pitch was hard, but the upper pitches were run-out, steep, and very exposed - classic pinns. Bring your knob tie-offs and even some gear for psychological pro. The last pitch traverse crosses through a (hopefully unoccupied) nest, so be sure to check for Condor closures before heading up. View TR here: http://www.mudncrud.com/forums/index.php?topic=1127