Ten feet to the left of Old Aid is a rather nice, though short route that bisects a square roof. It starts out on a flake, in a left facing dihedral. From the start, crank up though some looser rock to a stance beneath a small overhang. At the stance, step left and then cross through to a short, right facing dihedral that is capped by a roof. Reach high to pull through the roof and gain a stance on the face above. Slab and smear to reach the top. A nice top rope can be set up on a small tree at the top of the climb. It might possible to lead the route with gear, but perhaps the roof and above would have to be run-out. So, climb it as a top rope or go for it, and just boulder the thing out.
Submitted by: Pludos on 2007-05-17
Route ID: 85814