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Up the hill from the main assortment of routes. Look for the east-facing bolted line.
A #2 Cam can be placed down low and then bolts. Anchors at the top.
Jordan Ramey, chilling on a great stance right bef...
BETA PHOTO: Tom Embers near the top of Come and Get your Love
|By Jordan Ramey|
From: Calgary, Alberta
Jan 31, 2007
Mostly 5.8. The crux 5.10a move is near the top and well protected. Can also protect to the first bolt with a small cam. Its pretty high, but easy climbing.
|By Daniel S|
From: Oklahoma City
Mar 2, 2007
rating: 5.9+ 5c 17 VI E1 5a
The crux at the top mostly depends on how tall you are. Being taller you have an advantage on Come Get Your Love making it approx 5.9+. However, if you are smaller, you might think it is 5.11.
|By Craig Childre|
From: Lubbock, Texas
May 7, 2008
Shorties, can bypass the crux balancing over to the right into a shallow crack, then work the easy moves to the top on the good jugs. It is desperate, but at least it could get the smaller of us up.
|By steven charles|
Oct 31, 2008
Fun climb, good warm up. Easiest bolted line on lost dome.
Jan 23, 2010
Finally made my way out to Lost Dome just for this climb. Found that a #1 BD cam worked best in the horizontal crack down low. Found the bolts a tad run out for how vertical the climb was.
Most of the climb went at 5.8, a few 5.9 moves and about two moves of 5.10a near the top, well protected. Took a good fall on it too, but after seeing the nice undercling high left managed to pull the moves!
Great route.. Take the time to TR the dihedral to the right of the climb too, lots of fun, tricky start.
|By Les Malan|
Jan 22, 2012
rating: 5.10b/c 6b 20 VII E2 5b
Incredibly height dependent. If you're 5'6" with t-rex arms, it's tough. For the crux, there some Quartz style crimps under the undercling you can use as intermediates.