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This route is a variation to Chute The Moon, moving left part-way up the 2nd pitch. It aims for the upper slabs as well, but the climbing is easier than on CTM.
P1: Climb P1 of Chute The Moon (.10).
P2: .10b, 11 bolts, 2 or 3 cams (1" to 2"), 90', 2-bolt anchor. Climb Chute The Moon through the strange overhang, move left to a vertical corner and then into a left-facing dihedral with a crack (gear) that turns into a left-angling undercling. Climb straight up the perfect slab above past three bolts (.10a).
This is in The Chuting Gallery. It is a variation to Chute The Moon.
Quick draws and long slings, plus cams (1" - 2"). 60m rope.
|By Tony B|
From: Around Boulder, CO
Aug 14, 2011
Bottom pitch shared with Chute the Moon is really crumbly at the bulge, but upper pitch is fun and defines the route.