Hello Mary Lou, Angelino Wall 5.11 C1
Avg time to climb route: 1 day
Approach time: 1 hours
Descent time: 1 hours
Number of pitches: 11
Height of route: 1000' of gain
OverviewFA: Dave Jones and Bob Yoho, 3/87. FFA: Mike Anderson and Eric Coleman, spring 2007.
Begin in the center of the wall with a beautiful and clean thin finger crack. Follows a vertical crack and corner system to the obvious Pitch 9 offwidth. Great bivy sites on Pitch 6 and 7. The route tops out just left of the apex of the wall.
Rack: see topo.
Descent: from the top of the wall rappel from a large bush to a big ledge. Traverse east 100 feet on a flat ledge around the corner of the wall to a two-bolt anchor. Do one 60m rap or stop after 30m at a large ponderosa and make one more rap to the large forested terrace. Scramble southeast towards the top of the gully mentioned in the approach. A rappel may be needed to reach the notch at the top of the gully. Continue down the gully either down climbing short 4th class sections or making short rappels. Eventually you reach a steep spot where you must rappel. Donít rap from the broken trees with slings on them down the choss in the center of the gully. Instead, walk 50 feet west and find a cleaner bolted rap station. One more rap with two ropes puts you in the bottom of the gully. From here, reverse the approach.
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