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Cinnamon and Cider 

M11

   
Type: Sport, Mixed, 1 pitch
Consensus: M11 [details]
FA: Jason Nelson
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Submitted By: eDixon on Oct 26, 2007
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Description 

About 300 feet downhill from Skylight is the prominent cave called the "Poser's Lounge". It is just uphill of two steep switchbacks in the Camp Bird Road. Climb up into the cave via a fixed rope. This is the route all the way on the right in the cave. It is bolted and draws should already be hanging. Climbs out the cave and continue up a steep headwall to anchors.


Location 

This is the route all the way to the right at the "Poser's Lounge".


Protection 

Bolts.



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By Bryson Slothower
Oct 29, 2007

Any ice?

By Jason Nelson
From: SLC, UT
Dec 25, 2007

When the pillar forms up, which is not very often, you can traverse over to it from the anchors and keep going for more.