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The moves to the 1st bolt are dicey, but the crack above is stellar. You can place very small cams below the bolt, but the stances are less than desirable.
very strenuous, felt hard for the grade. roof exit was fantastic, though. the rope was hard to manage after roof - kept getting stuck in crack, so I ended up belaying from lip of roof.
great route - super popular, must lead next time
Exciting and tricky start followed by aesthetic moves on p1. P2 has easy moves and a weird slabby traverse finish.
P1 is short with crux right at the start. P2 is long, fun, and easy with a couple runouts to keep things exciting.
Took a 15 foot whipper pulling the bulge above the crux out of sheer exhaustion... fingers just refused to cooperate and apparently willpower and overwhelming desire alone do not work...
Fun corner with great gear and exciting finish
First pitch was spicier than I remembered... Still one of my favorites at Smith. Start in the crack for extra excitement right off the deck. Go past the 30ft anchors to the ledge to belay.
Fun finger crack & corner system
Best suited for small fingers who are adept at placing tricky gear.
Little wing to Jill's link up. Led all 3 pitches. My first time past 1st pitch of Jill's.