After the first pitch, it becomes basically 4th class except for the roof (vertical wall on slab that looks like a roof) which can be avoided by going right. There are bolts on the second pitch anyway. The gear is if you want to belay at the roof, careful, the flakes on the slab are hollow.
Submitted by: dave1 on 2003-12-19
Route ID: 46077
Overall a good quality, clean route. Afternoon thunderstorms came in just as we werer descending so we called it a day. I definately would like to come back and do some more climbing here though. 1-2P was sport friction w/ maybe 1-2 spots for small cams. 1P had two additional bolts before the friction traverse and one bolt on the friction traverse. 2P had an older bolt not shown after the 2 shown bolts. 3P had some spots for trad placement otherwise it's all runout. The roof can be protected in some areas with med cams. After the roof there's 200ft of 3rd-4th class; if you are w/ a noob, you might want to belay them. Climbed w/ RC.