2 weeks ago I was at Humphrey's with George Hurley doing several routes on the far left side of the Geriatric Walls ands he spotted what looked to be an interesting, albeit moss covered face between 3 Brushes (5.6) and Daddy's Got New Shoes (5.7). I knew that it had been scoped by Judy Perez 2 years before, but since she hadn't gotten back to it I supposed it was fair game for George. In true Hurley adventure route style he led it up through the moss, trending right at the upper headwall and placing gear in the 3 Brushes leftmost crack, finishing at the 3 Brushes anchor. When I followed it, I did quite a lot of cleaning, even stripping off some of the bushes on some of the ledges, and uncovering additional gear placements. I was disappointed that he had to go over to the other route for protection and we discussed adding a bolt or two in the upper headwall so the route would be completely independent. This afternoon I went over there with Joe & Judy Perez and added 2 bolts on the headwall, making it go straight up. It's a nice line and fits in with the adjacent routes. We didn't have a name at the time and it still doesn't. Regardless, I think it's worth doing.
Unnamed Route (5.6) 50'
Directions: The route is located on the far left side of the Geriatric Walls, between 3 Brushes and daddy's Got New Shoes.
Description: This is an nice line that goes straight up a dark face, over a headwall all at a moderate grade.
P 1: Climb the lower face placing a few medium small cams. Clip 2 bolts on the upper headwall and continue a little right to the 2-bolt anchor.
Gear: some small and medium cams and draws
Descent: lower or rappel the route with 1 60m rope.
History: FA - George Hurley & Al Hospers 8/6/2013