|f. Autumn Arch Sector
This route is fantastic - varied between the upper and lower halves, long, interesting moves and great stemming! Nice view from the top too.
From the Rock & Ice guide published in issue #51: "Mega-classic corner with great stemming. Beware - A 165-foot [50m] rope is required to lower off this, and adjacent routes!"
Obvious corner a third of the way down the carriage path. Climb #33.
9 bolts to rings.
Michael on the slabby start to Autumn Arch@SEMICOL...
Stem it baby!
Zach up high on the Spectacular Autumn Arch
Heading up into the corner of Autumn Arch
Taking advantage of a stance to dry off the shoes,...
Up close on stemming!
|By Tyrel Fuller|
From: Denver, CO
Dec 7, 2011
rating: 5.10a 6a 18 VI+ 18 E1 5a
This was my first 5.10 about six months into rock climbing. I remember that we didn't have enough draws at the time, so we just used single carabiners on the first three bolts.
|By Lars Torkelson|
From: Philly, PA
Apr 29, 2012
rating: 5.10a/b 6a+ 19 VI+ 19 E2 5b
This route is fantastic- varied between the upper and lower halves, long, interesting moves and great stemming! Nice view from the top too. BTW I think this has 9 bolts on it...
|By Larry S|
Jan 29, 2013
This is such a good climb, I can't wait to climb it again. The bottom is often wet, but it's worth climbin thru it to get to that corner above.
From: Southeast Pennsylvania
Jun 6, 2013
rating: 5.10 6b 20 VII- 19 E2 5b
Really fun climb. The bottom is often very wet and can lead to a difficult start depending on the day.
|By Corey Ptak|
Jul 6, 2014
Wet in the mornings. Starts to dry out after 12. Best time to climb is around 12:30 so you get the perfect Mount of sin and shade. Also good to climb after 5pm when the shade returns and you can get a nice dry climb in without baking. This route is worth it wet or dry