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This Flatiron is located about 300 yards south of the Royal Arch. The east face is ~300 feet long and has a noticeable water groove in the center of the face that heads to the "gash" in the summit. This gash leads you to a faint trail that heads down to the base on the south side of the flatiron. This Flatiron offers a fun scramble along the water groove, which has huge buckets. A harder climb is found on the left side of the face.
This Flatiron is probably best aproached by climbing the Anomaly, but you can hike to the base by going around the south side of that Flatiron. Pass the Royal arch on the west side and follow a faint trail due south until you bump into the Anomaly. Scramble down to the base of the Anomaly, climb it or conitnue on to the base of the Amoeboid.
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This "F3" east face route is about 300 feet long and follows the obvious water groove. The water groove ends in a gash in the summit. The best climbing is found on the face to the left or the right of the water groove due to a healthy crop of moss in the groove. If climbed with a rope, the only protection is in the buckets that give this route its name. (tricams...) This route is a great scrambling finish to the Royal Arch trail when combined with the Anomaly flatiron. Descent: Walk off to t...[more] Browse More Classics in CO
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