Start as for "Fire In The Sky." Once the small crimps on the face above are gained move right into a slopy gaston with your right. Next pull like mad into a left handed (moon shaped) side-pull/crimp. Working with terrible foot placements, pop out right to a crappy side pull then quickly move your right hand again to gain a better pinch. Setup the feet and blast up with either your right or your left (move still not done!!) to snag a good but small crimp!!! Then desperately toss onto the jugs above and climb them to the top-out!!!
This will be a desperate line for sure!! Who ever gets the F.A. just let me know and I will post the name you have chosen if you decided to change the project reference name. Happy hunting!!
Located at the road side boulders of "The Little Eiger." The problem is on the "Fire In The Sky Boulder" which is the eastern most block before the bridge.
Pads and spotters. During the creeks run-off months it is suggested to anchor your pads to the base of the line and have a great spotter or you could get wet, hurt or hurt and wet!!!
Oct 4, 2009
Any word on the status of this project? I'd be surprised if it hadn't already been done yet considering the concentration of V12+ boulders in the Denver/Boulder region.
|By Luke Childers|
Nov 11, 2009
As far as I know it has not been done yet. I had to clean, so parts quite hard. If anyone has done this problem yet, I figure we will hear about it sooner or later. The problem looks very difficult-thin-and on the little side of scary...so if it's been done, I would love to here about!!!