Original Route/Tombstone Wall
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BETA PHOTO: Early climber (Tom Greisan) downstream of the Tomb...
East of the bridge looking west, traverse a long cactus-filled ledge to the bottom of the middle wall.(Pitch 1) 90 feet up slightly less than vertical face, via an old piton crack, to a marginal stance below a rounded roof; (Pitches 2&3)180 feet up high angle wall to a slippery ramp leading 10 feet right into base of vertical groove; (Pitch 4) 80 feet up groove to wide ledge, traverse right to huge red dihedral; (Pitches 5&6)two more leads up giant flakes and blocks on dihedral, passing an overhang on left; (Pitch 7) 100 feet of 4th-class, finish between bridge supports on cement platform.
A good selection of wires ,TCUs, Friends, and slings. No bolts on route currently.
Huge upper dihedral leading to bridge
By Ben Bruestle
From: Pueblo, CO
Jun 29, 2004
The Original Route climbs next to the left skyline in the above photo.
By Kipp Schorr
Oct 8, 2004
Hey anybody know anything about this route? Good? And where I can get a topo of it? Muchas gracias.