Step Right Up
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Nice, varied climbing. Trickier than it looks.
Starting below a roof, climb a short left-facing corner, then skirt the roof on the right using a crack formed with a block that looks detached but is more solid than it appears. Continue up the crack to a bulge, then follow the face to the top on devious (and sometimes dirty) slopers.
Located in the Serenity Walls section, about 80' right of the Schrodinger Equation.
Mostly medium gear. No bolted anchors, build a gear anchor and rap from a pine tree.
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|By Matt Richardson|
From: Fort Collins, CO
Jun 21, 2013
Fairly straight-forward, but I found the gear to be a bit manky. I don't know the area that well, but be prepared to throw in some smaller stuff in horizontal, flaring cracks up top that never feels super comfortable.
The top is still quite dirty. Seems that the route hasn't seen much traffic as there is a nice patina of lichen covering the the last 20' or so before the roof.
You will find the anchor at a tree up and around left of the roof. Currently it consists of webbing and some rap rings. Look solid.