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Moving into the crux.
Start up using the face on the right and holds on the detached, 8-foot pillar to the left to gain a good stance to clip the high first bolt. Follow more bolts making fun face moves on sharp rock. The apparent crux comes about half way up when moving up the face from a good ledge in a shallow dihedral. I tried not to use the right wall of the dihedral to "keep it real" but ended up putting a foot out there. Easier climbing leads to the anchors just above a small roof.
The first route to the right of Shelfish starting slightly behind a small detached pillar.
9 bolts to two bolts with rap rings for the anchor.
At the crux.
At the last clip.
Stepping off the pillar at the start.
BETA PHOTO: Dillinger.
Joshua high on Dillinger.
|By Matt Strauser|
From: Ft. Collins, CO
Dec 13, 2010
I believe there are now more routes between Shelfish and Dillinger.
Feb 22, 2011
Some fun climbing on this one, although the holds at the top seem pretty fragile and you have a ledge below you.
From: Colorado Springs
Feb 28, 2011
The BR & Brandon route depicted by MJM (those are my initials too) is named Knot Too Many Roaches.