I was asked to give a better description of its location which I will try to do. We bushwacked and missed trails but by my best guess is this route starts about 200+ yards to the left of frogland. Your going to be ducking under trees and heading slightly uphill. You will see a prominent s shaped curve and Schaffers starts to the left of this. Dont climb into the crack, this route stays on the face. The hardest moves on this whole climb might be the first three right off the deck. The rock was brittle in spots, I had no problems but Larry said a hold broke on him. There were about 5 to 7 bolts that were supplemented by some medium cams. The boltage would make this a good starter for a new trad leader. -- Most people rap off the first pitch. There are two more pitches that can be done. From first belay, climb straight up face 15 feet then head right and up a low angle dihedral. Belay below the tall corner. Third pitch (5.8) is the corner. Walk off: ascend gully then follow Frogland descent.
Submitted by: vegastradguy on 2005-06-07
Route ID: 59678