"This spooky face grows better with each ascent as knobs snap off on unsuspecting climbers. The friable nubbins on the first pitch are especially unnerving, but the better upper section offers some airy moves on good rock.
1.) 5.10a - Romp up some large potholes and terrifying knobs to the anchors atop the first pitch of No Picnic.
2.) 5.10b - Step right and jet up some good rock past optional belay bolts to the highest anchor. Unfortunately, a massive loose block guards the final moves, so mantel lightly. Descend using two ropes."
-- from Alan Watts' 92 Falcon Guide
Two-rope rappel from 2nd pitch, or 60m from 1st
Submitted by: NateDaTater on 2010-04-26
Last Modified: 2010-04-29
Route ID: 104546
P1 mega-wacos at the start are straightforward. Upper part of the pitch involves multiple pebble-pinching moves. Well protected. P2 is the money pitch. A sequence of thin moves on traverse ends with a couple of high steps and an interesting final balancey move at the top of an arete. Fantastic position throughout.