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BETA PHOTO: Reaching up to the last great hold on Monkey Left....
|Be sure to park along the paved road, and NOT on the private driveways!|
RAIN AND WET ROCK The sandstone in Red Rocks is fragile and is very easily damaged when it is wet. MORE INFO >>>
Sit start on the left-most jug of the main juggy-cave-thing area. Traverse right on big happy jugs (yay!). At the corner, starting climbing up. Make a big throw from an undercling thingie to a big incut jug out on the arete. Alternately, try a scary feeling-cross off a shallow half-tips pocket. After attaining the incut jug, climb fairly directly up on big holds.
Line is fairly obvious me thinks. Topout is just left of the hard classic stuff (V6-8). Don't fall on any skinny V8 climbers ;).
Crashpad. Maybe a spotter for the topout and/or the crux move.
One of my favorite climbs
By Brant Rogers
From: Lebanon, Oregon
Mar 31, 2014
Good v2 roof problem, don't get many chances to climb these outside.