The Sickle is the most obvious asterism in the spring evening sky. It is the head and mane of the constellation Leo and shaped like a backwards question mark.
This problem is one of the most obvious lines at The Constellations and is also shaped like a backwards question mark.
It is an easy problem but first ascents of easy problems can still be sketchy over bad jumbled rocky talus landings like this one’s. This face of rock is particularly solid. I just walked up to it and climbed it without cleaning a thing.
You can see how deep the snow is when I first pop up.