A couple of TRs and a couple of leads. Simple small dome compared to its neighbors.
Maybe I would have attempted to solo one of the easy technical climbs if I hadn't been so tired after my long cross-country trip.
On the way home from a climb of Mt. Dana, I stopped here, and the memories rushed back of days in my teens, top roping and bouldering this friendly little rock.
Soloed 5.6 left crack and far left crack (5.2??). Had the place to myself on one of the last open weekends of the year.
Climbed this really fun climb, would be five stars if it were longer. Outstanding fun little lead, excellent climb.
Great place to catch a T-Meadows sunset!!! No crowds, short walk, and a fun ledge to hang out on
Led puppy crack, then set up a TR on the left and right cracks leading to the summit. The left crack is a nice 5.6 climb, good protection for leading, and the initial slab isn't too runout or difficult. The right crack is easier than it looks (5.3?), but if you climb the lower slab direct, rather than using the cheater log propped up, then I'd say it was a 5.10a/b and there is only scarce and questionable pro at the upper half.
Some fun topropes. Led Puppy Crack in summer 2006 I think. Nice friction practice on the upper tier.
A couple different routes.