led p 1 and 3, linked with sellagenela (led 2 and 4)and bishop's terrace (led both pitches)
Fun stuff :) ...though I slipped the first move.. :O :P
Really fun route on a beautiful fall day. Good jamming technique makes the crux move a cinch.
Led the second pitch of some awesome lie-back moves. Ski lead pitches one and three.
Led Pitches 1, 3. Awesome moves in a cool environment. Best to do in the evening when the bay area crowds are busy showering together.
Probably one of the softer 5.9s in the Valley. Third pitch is definitely the crux. The first is really fun, just textbook 5.8 crack.
Great "warm up" climb on the way to Selaginella. First pitch was my favorite: solid hands in beautiful granite. With Pavel and Carol
Always thought the first pitch was kind of harder than 3rd.
Led the last pitch with double sling on a #2 cam. Harder than I thought it was going to be. Next time I'll using single sling.
Lead the first pitch then bailed. But that was my first Yos 5.8 lead.
always liked that 3rd pitch 5.9a
Climbed three times with Paul, the first time leading pitches #1 and #3. A demanding lead but it protects nicely.