Start on the curving crack/flake to the left (takes small gear skip the first bolt which belongs to the direct variation)lieback into the shallow vertical crack, face climb the rest of the route. Good holds crux is tricky. Direct variation is 12a or harder very height dependent some people can't even reach the holds.
Submitted by: artm on 2002-04-10
Last Modified: 2007-03-11
Route ID: 12226
This route is actually quite interesting as it has perplexing moves that require some thinking before unlocking the sequences. It's a bit of a heady lead, too, as the 2nd and 3rd bolts are more than a body length apart, and the move off the 3rd bolt is not directly near the bolt. Typical Jtree style.
Part of a 10 route day with Zach. Great weather, no other climbers present all day at any location we climbed. Zach got it on sight. Tough couple moves for me. Got to spread for that right crack pretty fast. Once up on the ramp, don't go right, but rather make a small jump (5'11" just out of reach) for the horn on Perhaps. Finish off on that route.