Standing in the amphitheater staring at the giant roof, behind and below you is another wall with a lot of potential. There is currently one excellent mixed route and evidence of previous ascents farther east along the wall.
Walk to the Amphitheater Area and hike downhill (south) and then to the east.
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Snow Globe 5.10- Trad, Sport, 1 pitch, 80 feet
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Snow Globe 5.10- CO : Morrison/Evergreen : ... : Below the Amphitheater
The route name comes from the FFA. I topped out the route in a late summer, sudden, snow squall. This route ascends a steep pink face with a splitter crack on excellent stone. Beta alert:The route starts by scrambling up below a V-shape roof, an optional nut where the roof meets the sloped ledge protects the moves to the first bolt. Clip the bolt and pull yourself onto the sloped ledge to the right. Clip the next bolt and pull up to a good stance just above the bolt. There are optional mic...[more] Browse More Classics in CO