Blob Slab is the smooth, low-angle, granite apron on the left side of East Blob. Most routes here are runout slab climbs established in the 1970s. A few bolts and a few gear placements are available, but leaders should be confident making moves above pro. A 2-bolt anchor exists at the top of the slab at the top of A Hike With Ludwig Dude; this can be used to set up a top rope (60m recommended).
Take the trail to Blob Rock. Go right and down a bit and you'll soon be at the base of Blob Slab.
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Mountain Project's determination of some of the classic, most popular, highest rated routes for Blob Slab:
Crack Tack 5.10a R TR, 1 pitch
A Hike With Ludwig Dude 5.10a PG13 Trad, TR, 1 pitch
Out Of Limits 5.10d R Trad, TR, 1 pitch
A Hike for Y2K 5.11d Sport, 1 pitch, 80 feet
Featured Route For Blob Slab
Of Human Bondage 5.10 X CO : Boulder Canyon : ... : Blob Slab
This isn't my route, but I stumbled up most of this today thinking I was doing Crack Tack. To complete the MP listing, I credit Bob's book, #59; as it is described well, but not drawn in the photo. (For fun, read my comment of Crack Tack.)This is a remarkable line, but runout for sure. Each crux has a well placed 1/4" bolt nearby, but the lichen suggests it isn't done much. It was too necky for me at each crux, but I could almost tell the moves were th...[more] Browse More Classics in CO