This is a fun, albeit difficult for the grade, moderate route that sees much less traffic than Walt's Wall or Edward's Crack. The climb starts in a left-facing dihedral about 15 yards right of Edward's. The first pitch angles up and left for about 20 feet before heading back right to the base of a hand/fist crack. Follow this crack for another 15 feet or so and belay where the crack forks (with another left-facing dihedral forming the left branch of the fork). The second pitch follows this left-facing dihedral to a low-angle slab. The third pitch heads up the low-angle slab past one old bolt.
Submitted by: cowpoke on 2005-08-04
Route ID: 68718