With Mark A
Very enjoyable route!
horn isnt hard, but plenty exposed. definitely do not avoid it for the crack; why else are you doing this route? there were a few surprisingly hard (for 5.7) moves leading to the horn though.
Hot hot hot, full sun in the afternoon. Three of us climbed but there is not very much room so the belay stances sucked. The lower part is so-so but the horn is great.
The route is OK but the 3rd pitch with the horn makes it all worth it.
I guess I'm the odd guy who thinks this route is just OK. Stepping out onto the Horn is wild, but it's really awkward too and the climbing up to it is average fare, for Tahquitz at least.
Note to self: next time bring micronuts. Fun route
I agree with SpiderSavage, nothing compares to pulling the horn and past it. Super exposure! Holy shit! My partner and I had a mini-epic with rope stuck issues, hanging belays and strong blow-your-ass-off-tahquitz winds. Climbed 3 pitches in 5 hours...Damn
Fun easy moderate at Tahquitz, with some unique features. Loved it.
Followed J. Stark: Fingertrip to Camino Real up and over into the Traitor Horn. One of the best climbs ever. Nothing compares to pulling up onto the horn.
It is heady on top of the horn. Place cams high above the pitons before traversing out to the top of the horn.
The crux was very fun. I climbed on the horn itself. wild exposure. Party of 3.
A perfect day for my first multi-pitch climb. Climbed with Forjan.
Fun day out with Brad.
Coffin Nail to Traitor Horn...ooooh heel hookin' fun.
Interesting climb. We turned it into 3 pitches. Gotta love sitting on that horn and staring down 200ft @ Open Book
What a great climb! Dave, Tina and I hit this on a beautiful day, albeit freezing in the windy shade. Both "horns" provided a couple of moves of lip-biting exposure but overall much fun and easy....hell I free soloed most of the 1st pitch and ran-out the 2nd and 4th....too lazy to place gear. :) Fun party of three!