Brad was originally attempting this route with Alex Honnold in March of 2017 but had to take time off when he fell 60 feet while descending the approach slabs, breaking his ankle. This November, Brad was able to return and take down the climb in impressive style.
The climbing is funky and technical and almost every pitch has a brutal boulder problem on it. There’s two pitches of 5.12 and five pitches of 5.13 and a few slightly scary sections.
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