Very technical stemming on perfect rock past a bolt leads to perfect fingerlocks and liebacks. There are just enough footholds to make this go, it's a shame it isn't climbed more. An intimidating move with no gear gets you started in the stem where you can reach a good placement (.2 camalot). Straightforward stemming and a little liebacking gets you to the bolt (25' up) and the crux. Crux involves very technical stemming with no holds to reach a good foothold 5-10' above the bolt, then it turns to easy (11-) fingerlocking and liebacking. There is a three bolt anchor about 60' up that is nearly invisible (painted red) from the ground.
Submitted by: rockprodigy on 2002-11-14
Route ID: 27295