Average Rating : 5.00 out of 5
Route sequence (left to right): 1
Route Summary | Ascent Notes (8)
Bring an SR plus extra rattly fingers to tight hands pieces.
Absolutely classic crack climb in a dihedral. Even in Indian Creek this would be a phenominal crack climb. Both pitches have 5.10+ moves on them, but the real crux is in the last 20 feet - tremendous liebacking over a buldge - plug in a 0.75 or #1 Camalot and don't hesitate - GO! If you're strong, lead this in one spectacular pitch.
Rappel the route with one rope.
Submitted by: jsj42 on 2007-03-12
Route ID: 36831
possibly one of the best 5.10's i've ever climbed- certainly in the top 5 at Red Rock- the only routes i've done that compare are The Fox, Our Father, and Triassic Sands. Spectacular! (btw- the upper pitch is .10d, it's not sandbagged, it's just powerful at the grade....)