This climb is located on the right side of the highest part of Saddle Rocks, just right of the start to The Good Book.
This is an excellent and beautiful aid route and is great practice with RURPs/copperheads without seriously risking one's neck, because there are a few "chicken" bolts along the thin crack to safeguard against any super long falls. The route starts as an easy slab/apron (5.5, 1 bolt), then hits a head wall. A thin seam/crack runs the length of center of the head wall, but doesn't quite reach the slab. Aid off a second bolt, and ascend the thin crack on RURPs, beaks, and/or copperheads. This crack is supplemented with 3 "chicken" bolts, after awhile, the crack opens up to take RPs, TCUs, and stoppers. [description taken from www.joshuatreeclimb.com]
Rappel off one bolt and a runner around a horn.
Submitted by: cobbledik on 2010-11-28
Route ID: 107410