A comfortable yet challenging climb that requires the uses of stemming to get you off the ground. Great route for the young climber that may have a little fear of heights since you don't feel much exposure while inside the corner. It’s also a great first lead route for the developing climber. Protection is safe and well placed with the exception of a few older bolts that are on the list to be replaced.
A short and shallow crack just a little smaller then a fist jam and a little larger than fingers. It's pumpy and roles out on the edges. A great place to learn the art while be very well protected. You'll see this one just to the right of the Dihedral.
An fun but relatively easy route for the whole family. The start is the hardest part of the climb and requires you to use a small crack system and some stemming to get up to the next hold. From that point it's just big holds and pulling yourself up to the chains.
A great route with many different types of climbing all rolled into one route. You start off on a slab with good cracks and pockets then go into a stemming section that has just enough incline to make you feel the pull. Next you pull a little slopper section and then back into a stem. During it all you feel very little exposure since you're in a small seam much of the time. It's well protected but has a little reach to the first bolt. This route can be set from the top but it's best done from lead as the route to the top is hard to find and tricky to get into.