To reach this route go left at the bottom of the stone staircase and follow the path along the bottom of the main cliffs. It is the last substantial rock wall before the cliff recedes into the hillside. You have two options on this route: you can boulder it, as it is only about 20 feet high, or you can walk around and up to the top and build an anchor on the large tree about 10 feet from the edge. The route itself begins on the left side of the rock face with a few moderate crimps and 2 or 3 finger pockets (depending on your finger girth). The crux is about 3/4 of the way to the top, and involves executing a strong right hand undercling and very crimpy side pull (off to the left at about 11 o'clock) in order to reach the large juggy hold beneath the anchor; this is effectively the last move unless you're bouldering the route, in which case you will have to top out onto a mossy, sloping edge. The crux is approximately a V4 move, so exercise caution if climbing this route without a rope, especially since the first 15 or so feet of the climb are misleadingly easier (V1/V2 range).
Submitted by: Sancho01 on 2013-05-27
Last Modified: 2013-05-29
Route ID: 113836