BETA PHOTO: Up the red streak and to the crack at the top righ...
This is rarely climbed, probably due to its mixed nature. Natural gear is required along the top crack.
It is the middle route on the buttress to the left of Flesh Tuxedo.
4 bolts and gear (1/2 to 1 inch) to the anchors.
Craig leading Puking Yuppies.
Craig in the upper crack.
|Comments on Puking Yuppies
From: Colorado Springs
Feb 14, 2011
This is just left of Gen X ation aka the Musso Route and is a couple of letter grades harder. There is a right option that requires some trad through the crack or a runout thin left variation that doesn't. Bob D's new Shelf book calls the right variation listed here as 11c and the left as 11a.
|By Jordan Hirro|
From: Colorado Springs/Glenwood Spri
Jan 13, 2014
Agreed with Micah. This climb is undoubtedly 11b/c and not a, as listed in Bob's book. Surprisingly good route with engaging crux!
|By Bob Robertson|
Jan 14, 2014
With my next batch of pamphlets, I'll kick this up to 5.11c. Did this route right after Richard and Chris put it in. I may have been climbing better back then.