Just 2-3 feet right of the right-leaning flaring off-width (Eat Dirt), on the face. You can use the crack to get started up and moving out onto the face, but otherwise stay away from and out of the crack. This face route uses pockets, palming, tiny sloping edges, laybacking off the right side of the off-width feature, and trusting your feet on small smears. Pretty tough in the 100 degree heat and humidity of August, but... The grade is an estimate; it could be a little harder, or a little easier, but not much. Uses the same anchors as Eat Dirt.
Submitted by: jds100 on 2007-11-16
Route ID: 21585
Climbed with Pat, Made it to the top finally. Still working on the redpoint. Need to sequence the bolt 1 to 2 moves and clipping bolt 2. Eric Ulners book, Vertical Heartland (3rd edition) has this rated at 10c ???