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Not in the Brochure? 

WI5+ M6 PG13

Type:  Mixed, Ice, 1 pitch, 65'
Consensus: WI5+ M6 [details]
FA: Colorado Springs climbers, 1990s? Mike Gruber and Mark Thompson?
Season: Winter
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Submitted By: Brad Grohusky on Jan 15, 2010
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Not in the Brochure in as fat as I have ever seen ...


This route comes in on a rarity. First climbed in early November, 1998. Thin, balancy, somewhat delaminated and very delicate.


It about 300 feet to the climber's right of the popular, upper pillars at Lincoln.


Stubbies and a few longer screws. A #2 Camalot fits well just below the exit. There is one 1/2 inch bolt at top for anchor.

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By erik wellborn
From: manitou springs
Oct 3, 2010

Actually, it was climbed in the early '90s by some Colorado Springs climbers. Not sure if there any ascents before that.