Small to medium gear -- cams, nuts, tricams. No bolted belays.
Starts right of the Mummy, going up a broken crack. P3 can either be done by traversing right to gain a ledge, then traversing back to the left to a bouldery belay (easy), or by going straight up from the P2 belay over overhanging rock (5.8) to gain the P3 ledge. Pitches 2-3 and 4-5 can easily be combined.
Walk off via a ridge trail or rappel down a descent gully.
Submitted by: fanederhand on 2003-06-30
Last Modified: 2006-11-27
Route ID: 37448
G rated, definetely combine pitch 2 and 3. The hike out is a bit hard to find. Hike back and to climbers right to pass a gap to a large butress. Then follow feint trail left to craw up a corner washout. Scramble up to find a feint trail that stays consistent and weaves up the steep clifline. Pretty awesome trail really.
Pretty cool rock. Took a variation that earned me a nut and a biner someone bailed off of. Its straight up before traversing directly left on p3... up next to a tree through some steeper stuff then traversing left higher into pitch 4. pretty classic and more direct than the original... better? not sure. but looks better. Harder? maybe... jugs either way. A great line to free solo since the hike is a pain even without weight.