Combined with Bird on a Wire for two laps on the wall before finishing off a short winter day back at Intersection Rock. Very warm south facing wall. First pitch (short solo) is 5th class if even. Second and third pitches are enjoyable climbing. Best way to finish is on Bird on a Wire, taking the right option at the very top. Makes for another decent pitch that way. With Joe K.
With Jascha. Did the 5.8+ direct finish from the bolted belay. J napped on the first belay ledge while we waited for the 2 slow parties above us.
I loved that 3rd pitch.
Excellent route. Climbed it several times, once with Miguel Carmona in the early 80s, two or three more times with various people in the 90s and the last time with Penelope in November 2005.
Followed these guys up this route. Good rock quality, and interesting climbing the entire way. 2 long rope stretching pitches.
Warm sunny day and void of many other humans. Dave and I super enjoyed this route, its exposure and classic moves!
I love the routes on this section of the wall. A nice adventurous feel that you often miss on some of the shorter Josh half pitch routes.
Done as 2 long pitches. Feels easier than the grade in my opinion.
I climbed this in 2002 or 2003. We did this in just over two pitches. The combination of abominable rope drag and poor pro in the last thirty feet of the second pitch made this less enjoyable than it should have been.
I took a fall on this route as a very new climber.
Climbed with ssoifer. We had sunny skies but cold & windy. I took us on the direct variation from the bolted belay.
a little cool and windy but clear skies and fun route
Tricky 5.7 start move. 2nd pitch is really fun. I ran out of rope on the 3rd pitch (60m). Scrambled 4th class to the top instead.