Thin crack climbing leads to small flaring crack and weird crack and face climbing crux. It is a cool route on good stone.
It is just right of Spider Lady.
RPs and other small gear. There used to be a pin (now replaced) at the crux and then maybe a medium Friend for the upper moves to the anchor at the first pitch of Spider Lady.
From: Petaluma California
Apr 6, 2008
Redpoint June, 1998.
#3 slider and #4 RP were essential. Excellent and technical.
|By Allen Hill|
From: FIve Points, Colorado and Pine
Sep 25, 2009
Harrison and I competed on this one. He got it a couple of days before I before I did. I'd think at the time, it might have been one of the harder routes of its type in the Platte. Super technical climbing, and in EBs no less. I was obsessed with the line, dragging non-climbing friends to belay me after class that Fall. There's a route at Chair Rocks that's very similar, and I got obsessed with that one as well a few years later.
|By Jason Haas|
From: Broomfield, CO
Jan 2, 2014
The missing fixed pin has been replaced.
|By Glenn Schuler|
From: Monument, Co.
Jan 3, 2014
Thanks for the work, Jason. I ripped that fixed pin out whipping onto it sometime in the late '80s, I think. I had placed an RP just below it thankfully. It was a pretty short pin, maybe 1 1/2" long if I remember right. Hopefully you got in something solid.