First 2 pitches are enjoyable, bolted 5.8's. Mostly slab climbing, and pretty straightforward. The 3rd pitch is a 5.10a -a mix of slab and then a left-curving crack, and a tricky crux move at the top. Pitch 3 is mostly bolted, but has a pretty runout section on the curving crack - place a pair of cams (1-2") and you are set. The crux move of Pitch 3 is well protected with a high bolt. Lots of parties just do the two 5.8 pitches and head back down.
3 rappels - chains at the top of each pitch.
Submitted by: live2climb on 2005-08-15
Last Modified: 2010-08-23
Route ID: 68907
First pitch is a great 5.8 that makes you focus if this is your lead limit. Second pitch was unimpressive. 3rd pitch was an excellent 10a - two cruxes, one early on with a commiting slab move, then a second crux near the top as you work around a block on a slab. Take two pieces - one 3/4" and one 1" cam. Great finger rail leading up to the final crux!