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Chels working it on Ego Buster (.10c).
Climb to the ledge then follow 3 bolts next to seam. Finish up and left, pull a small roof (easier), then go up into the dihedral to a 2 bolt anchor.
This is on the middle right side of the rock.
Quickdraws and maybe a few cams small to medium-sized.
|By Jordan Winters|
Jun 18, 2009
Super fun route combining technique/ power/ and balance - use the same anchors as 'Flakes'
From: Boulder, CO
Jul 13, 2009
Excellent and challenging for the grade, your ego just might get busted. As for the lieback section at the top of the "Flakes" route, a #2 Camalot at the bottom and a #0.4 in the horizontal a bit higher protect it well. An additional #1 is really all you need.
|By nate post|
Apr 26, 2012
I really enjoyed this climb. I did not have any cams with me, so that made the last 40 feet to the anchors feel a little bit spicy. I would definitely climb this again. I thought it was at least 11a, if it was 10c, then the other 10c "Hot Foot & High Step" was 10a. That or maybe I just don't like my ego busted. Haha!
|By Lee Jenkins|
From: Buena Vista, Colorado
Apr 29, 2012
It is more like .11a. Hot Foot is .10a/b.