No permanent bolts, you need a full rack, approach boots, Long webbing straps for anchors.
This is a mountaineering trip,3/4 mile Hike up canyon to the rock, I like to climb the up slope side first 5.9 + crux is face to slab near top, then I set up webbing anchor on the top, and set up rope on down hill side also, Split top rope. The downhill side affords face climbing on dime size edges, 5.10 c
Belay on up slope side
Submitted by: MJCMAJIC on 2010-08-01
Route ID: 105970
On the up slope side you can approach from the left and climb through the center past the window, which will have a wind coming through. The crux is near the top, a bulge and few holes. The down slope side is a zig zag, with an opportunistic mentality and gutsy smears.