1st Pitch- 55m- 5.10/ This is the best pitch on the route in my opinion despite getting direction from Bryan’s new guide book to avoid it. Run up the easy corner to inside the chimney on the right. Burrowing under large rotten chock stones was not fun, but did not really frighten me and required no gear placement. Once standing on the last chock stone, the real climbing begins. Start by chimneying up the two outside walls, then switch to stemming utilizing the third back wall (forming a stem box) at times. This section is quite technical for chimney climbing, but protects fairly well. Once up to underneath the roof, you have to make some physical and awkward moves to the outside edge of the chimney turned crack on somewhat fragile rock. Continue up the left face to a large ledge above below a hand crack. Gear belay.
Riddler's Delight, 5.10X, 6 Pitches, Carbuncle Buttress Area, Zion National Park, May, 2010