Standard rack. Doubles may be a good thing in the mid range.
At the top of the talus field you should be able to make out a crack system that kind-of looks like a gourd.
The climb starts at directly where you will approach the cliff at the base of the talus field.
Start up a thin dihedral to some thin cracks onto a right-facing crack and the crux followed by a two-bolt belay on a small ledge. (P2) Start up and right, clip a bolt and trend up to two corners and some blocky terrain on the left. I climb the central corner directly to the tree, where you will find a webbing anchor/rappel point.
With a 60M rope you can do the whole thing in one very long pitch. A 70M adds a sense of security.
Walk off to the right and back to the base or make two rappels with a 60m rope.
Submitted by: epoch on 2010-04-01
Last Modified: 2013-06-07
Route ID: 104086