|The Brown Wall
Approximately 100' to the right of the Reptile Butress is another... well, big brown buttress! You can't miss this one, 8 bolts take you up the left side of a brown prow.
8 bolts plus the anchor next to the dead tree.
Turning the small roof before the headwall.
Dave Russell on the technical masterpiece - Chocol...
Mr. Dave in fine style.
Dave on the redpoint.
The lower section of the route, Dave Russell climb...
Jonathan Schaffer likes the taste of Chocolate. Am...
|Comments on Chocolate Thunder
|By Kevin McLaughlin|
From: Colorado Springs
Apr 30, 2008
This route is one of the very best at the Ridge. Steep and clean- technically engaging and continuous - this one is as good as they come .
|By Ol' Toby|
Jun 10, 2009
rating: 5.12- 7a+ 25 VIII+ E5 6a
Excellent technical movement on incredible rock. Superb! The mantel at the roof before the headwall is a tad easier for shorter folks.
|By Phil Lauffen|
From: The Bubble
Jun 7, 2011
rating: 5.11c/d 7a 24 VIII E4 6a
I had more success on this climb than on many other routes at Thunder Ridge. I think it may have been because I was terrified of falling! My belayer was purposefully not looking at me, doing so would have caused him to stare directly into the sun! This is a good one for crisp temps.
One of my favorites at Thunder Ridge!
|By Brent Butler|
From: Del Norte, CO
Aug 14, 2013
I broke a hold @ 6th bolt. Probably not any more difficult now though. Sweet gnar the whole way.