Room with a View Two
There is an astounding amount of climbing that still hasn't been documented, let alone attempted, on the mountain. Just last weekend we put up a low start to Room with a View Two. Tucked away over a chasm to the right of Once Upon a Time at the summit, the built-up landing of fallen logs is an architectural marvel and saves you from falling into a 30 foot crevasse between the jumble of boulders. The problem begins with an improbable toe hook overhead and then moves up positive features on the arete.
Still more rock! The vision to see new lines and the wonder of discovering new rocks are my favorite aspects of climbing.