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The very steep line up the left hand side of the small cave that is Ed Rock. Start on the sloping jug and make a series of powerful moves between good pockets to a hard throw out left to a sharp crimp, then traverse left out the lip to a single bolt anchor. This also has a sit down start, and can be topped out.
On the left side of the cave, the obvious, steep route that goes diagonally up and left.
5 bolts, or a pad if you want to solo it!
By Jared LaVacque
From: Anchorage/Grand Junction
Dec 23, 2008
This route was first bouldered by myself and Ian Spencer-Green after Mark, Eric and Ed developed the area...circa mid (1996/7) 1990s.