|The Hangdog Cafe
This is a pumpy overhanging climb that packs a lot of punch for only being 50 feet tall. It overhangs gently for about 30 feet of 5.11 climbing until you hit a tricky crux (12a). Then the route gets even steeper as you punch through a 5.11 roof. Good stone and lots of fun!
As you look at the Hangdog Cafe, the most obvious feature is a massive horizontal roof with holds only Dave Graham could pull on. A project goes up to the left of the roof. Blood Monkey goes up to the right of the roof, starting out on a featured arete and then up into the only obvious weakness in the roof.
|By richard magill|
Sep 10, 2002
Feedback from some pretty good climbers indicates that this might be a bag at 12a. Consensus seems to be settling in around solid 12b.
|By Jack Sparrow|
From: denver, co
May 15, 2013
rating: 5.12b 7b 26 VIII+ E5 6b
12b for sure nice route.