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BETA PHOTO: The Morrison Solo tagged as a red loop.
This is a solo that starts on a steep hueco'd slab approximately 100 yards West of the Nautilus Cave. The rock has proven itself solid upon ascent, but the descent still has some loose blocks. Be careful. This route can be looped or climbed to the top. The loop downclimb is exposed. It is easy to walk over to the downclimb to the right of the cave.
Start 100 yards West of the Nautilus Cave. Look for the hueco'd slab, climb right to left around a horn and back down an exposed ramp/ledge.
You may want to top out, it's up to you.
It could be climbed traditionally.
|Comments on Morrison Solo
Dec 17, 2012
Morrison offers a great opportunity for high mileage days. The cliffs have a number of endurance traverses, soft dihedrals and easy options for descent. The rock quality is generally solid - look, listen and feel.
Be safe and go explore.