The anchor bolts for this route, next to 'Pee Break', have been removed as directed by Superintendent Matt Windsor. Reported reason was excess congestion on Lower Ledge Springs Trail. You could redirect the rope and line of ascent to the right from 'Pee Break', so long as you do not start from or belay from or across the Trail.
Submitted by: Rmsyll on 2007-11-28
Last Modified: 2011-03-01
Route ID: 89557
I did this climb this morning and it is very nice. The rock itself had lots of crystals embedded in it. The climb starts with a challenging crack but eventually changes to an easier climb. Number Two Too's midsection is a series of horizontal food- and hand-holds. While it is possible to simply do pull-ups all the way, if you simply trust your feet and step up it is much more enjoyable. This is a fun climb for beginners and more advanced climbers alike and is definitely one I will return to.
Did this weeks before, still like it. Easy start to nice ledge, but black crack to small bush is a 5.8 Gaston layback for me, so I went left along the rope line. Top part can be done many ways, including some overhang-type pulls if you want. You are never on the Pee Break face. You are directly over the Trail that hugs the cliff here, with your belay across the path.