Climbed with a friend on his first trad lead.
Climbed this route with a group of four. Lots of good cracks to place cams and nuts. A great route for a first time lead.
Good to touch the rock again.
The first pitch is basically class 3-4. The second pitch is fun through the crux. Easy to set lots of pro.
With a buddy and my 12 and 10 year old daughters - their first multi-pitch! They loved it.
First lead at the leap..easy
Fun stuff. My buddy's first trad lead on the second pitch.
Climbed it with Patrick while getting him used to climbing again, very mellow climbing with good movement.
Nice day of easy climbing and scenery
Making pie is harder than this route.
This was my second outdoor climbing trip ever. One week after toproping outdoors. Squishy took Amber and I up it. It was a little spooky and we were a little shaky but still easy and fun.
Went back in October and lead it (date shown). Lead it again in spring with a party of 4. That was interesting.
took squishy up and let him do his first multi-pitch lead. came back the next week and swung leads. you might be able to do this route with no hands...
First pitch is great for new climbers. Can rap off the tree with a 70m rope. Second pitch is a bit of a challenge as you can't quite make it to the top unless you move the belay or break into two pitches with a crappy intermediate stance.
One of the best routes for someone learning to lead trad. The slope is always significantly less than vertical with awesome gear placements and easy belay areas.
I've climbed this route several times, to practice setting gear. The last time, we got it started snowing so we backed off.