- Height: 58m
- Bolts: 10
- Pitches: 3
- Ascents: 4
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This climb is above the lower (right) end of the main Grand Canyon wall.
From the bottom of the canyon, hike along the small trail rightwards, until it doubles-back (with fixed rope) up some 3rd class slab, as you would if you were going to set top-ropes for the main Grand Canyon walls. As you finish the roped slab, and come out near the top of the first climbs, look right (down into canyon is left) and you will see a bolted anchor, and bolts heading up from there. This is where the climb starts.
Actualy the route climbs in 3 pitchs and raps in 2 pitches with one 60m rope ( there is a dedicated rap station quite directely under the top anchor) P1 slab & easy climb to a blind belay on the RIGHT under evergreen trees, P2 leads to the base of the more vertical wall P3 traverse left to start climbing right facing corner and up the crack to top belay
Enjoy the view.
- There is no known route history.
Route Grade Citations
|5.7+, 5.9||David Gibbs|