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Bob starting up Minnesota Fats. Photo by [...
Follow directions for "Philadelphia Flyer". Start about 30 to 40 feet downhill from PF. Climb up a thin crack to reach double cracks/seams. Cool stemming and good gear will get you to the anchors. Great route!
Rack up to a red Camalot.
Bob working up the inset corners. Photo by [[1125...
BETA PHOTO: Minnesota Fats, Lobo, and Greenfield.
|Comments on Minnesota Fats
|By Ron Olsen|
From: Boulder, CO
Oct 22, 2005
A short but excellent route. Sustained, fun moves from the ground to the top of the inset corners. I found hybrid Aliens very useful for the flared cracks.
|By Tony B|
From: Around Boulder, CO
Jun 5, 2006
10a if climbed up from straight below at the start. If coming in from the left, easier- perhaps 5.9. This is a good climb with good rock and good moves, teh best at this small cliff, but it is pretty hard to call a 50-foot line a 'classic' when climbs like Country Club Crack and Athlete's Feet are within view from the anchors.
|By david goldstein|
Jun 16, 2007
If this pitch is 5.10 and ****, then Cosmosis is 5.11 and ********.