Slot-A-Saurus aka Anatomy Lesson
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This is the longest route on the cliff and a good one, too. It is located to the right of Lawyer on the Toilet and 15' left of Lichen Lung. Climbs up a right facing slot and around the corner to a nice finger crack. Next, the line becomes a short and interesting flare, a #0 TCU possible near the top. Save some 1"-2" protection for the final crack.
Standard rack up to 4".
|Comments on Slot-A-Saurus aka Anatomy Lesson
|By Brian Weinstein|
Aug 4, 2006
There is a strenuous move of 10- entering the final flare. A good one to do before knocking out the two beauties to the right.
|By Mark Calder|
From: Fort Collins, CO
Aug 12, 2008
Huzzah for that final #0 or #00 in the top of the offwidth flaring chute! It makes exiting the chute a fun move instead of a pants soiling endeavor.
It took me a long time to puzzle out how to enter the offwidth flare. The final top-out was a bit strenuous, but it was on excellent hand jams. It's a smorgasboard of crack climbing with each size of crack nicely divided into its own section.
|By Aaron Martinuzzi|
Mar 30, 2009
Called "Anatomy Lesson" in Rock Climbing @ Vedauwoo (Kelman).
|By Clay Stoner|
From: Sheridan, Wy
Oct 4, 2009
MUST DO! This is a great line, with a lot of variation caused by the stepping of the rock. I don't know if the top section could be called offwidth, since it can be done with some thin fingers for balance and solid feet jamming. I never used anything larger then a #3 c4. Small stoppers are adequate for the top section. Fun venture up solid rock with a bear hug finish or finger locking goodness!
From: Laramie, Wyoming
Oct 11, 2010
Great sport! Even more so when you get caught in a sleet storm halfway up. Lots of variety on solid rock. The rap anchors are both intact now.
|By Rob Davies UK|
From: Cheshire, UK
Oct 16, 2010
Lots of variety. Knees useful to get into top groove.