According to my second, Shannon Stegg, this goes at about middle 10, so, 10 b/c. When the traverse is wet, it's much worse. Climb when dry for best results, or wear a rain suit and suffer. This line goes up the waterfall and steps over on a small ledge. the Guillotine variation is much harder, but would be a lot drier when wet, which is most of the time. Thanks to Terrible Terrie for all her help on Soup Pillow. Three or 4 difficult sections, above the roof it's a cake walk. Beware the rope drag!
Submitted by: dirtineye on 2005-09-18
Route ID: 69887