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This route should never suffer the fate of the many Front Range routes vandalized by criminals who feel empowered to strip the fixed protection from routes - it has none. It takes a series of right-facing corners up the middle of the tallest buttress in the Tradland. Start on the outside face of an amorphous blob of rock at the foot of the buttress. Low angle scrambling takes you to the corners and steeper climbing. Follow the corners all the way up the buttress to the ledge and shared anchors atop "Resident Bush", "Traditions", and "CornFlake".
Standard gear rack to a two bolt anchor with rings.
|By shad O'Neel|
Jan 22, 2004
Short, interesting, but many higher quality 5.8 cracks in the neighboorhood.
|By Jimn Seiler|
From: North Platte, NE
Apr 29, 2007
I thought this was the best 5.8 I have done in Tradlands this far and up there with any of the top 5.8s I've done at Table. The bottom section is a little bogus, but I liked everything up top.