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the base of the route with the plaque .
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Some fun, thin moves off the ground in to hands to cupped hands then fists right before the crux - a #6 camalot roof with some stacks and ow moves in to some squeeze. A blue big bro may be useful good to see you to the anchors.
After 17 years of climbing and walking the cliffs of the creek trying to get up some climbs and failing on most, but like everyone I got the FA bug an started putting up climbs of my own .. all with a hand drill an the help of some of my hero's of the golden age of the creek.. i have raised a son out in the creek . loved . lost . an have had the best times of my life in the creek getting strong.. i have got older, became a desert rat and have keep track of all my FAs and this was my 100.
Just to the left of Walkin', Talk'in Bob. About 50 yards up on a little ledge with a plaque at the base with the name and grade.
1 #.75, 1 #1, 1 #2, 2 #3, 1 #4, 1 #5, and a #6 camalot for the roof. a runner and 1 blue big bro.
looking up at the squeeze roof .
the full look of the route
By Jason S.
From: Durango, Co
Jan 17, 2013
100? Nice work!