Drive up the Mt. Scott road to the summit parking lot. Park in the parking lot on the north side. Walk back down the mountain road for about 75 yards (count 25 guardrail posts from the top). The trail(?) scrambles down a ramp to the right (east) for 30 ft, then switches to the left and scrambles down another 50 ft to the bottom of the wall. Note the picture below for the route.
This route is not described in the Chuck Lohn's guidebook, although several people have done it. As far as I know it is not named. However, for the purposes of this site, I named it Andrew's Attitude. The name is not official since I am not the first ascender. If I find out the true name, I'll change it.. If it had a few bolts, it would be an excellent lead. It's a fun route to top-rope anyway.
Start on the face directly to the left of Atomic Knee Drop. Use extreme smearing and crimps using weaknesses in the face. Near the bottom is the crux. The route eases near the top. A large boulder at the top is the anchor for your top-rope.
Andrew's Attitude: Route #1 (Click photo to enlarge)
One 60 meter rope. Top-rope set-up including two 20 foot slings or cordalette for top-rope anchor. Some damn sticky shoes.
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