|Type: ||Sport, 1 pitch, 50'|
|Consensus: || YDS: 5.9 French: 5c Ewbanks: 17 UIAA: VI British: HVS 5a [details]|
|FA: ||P. Jarrard, S. Cater, 1991|
|Season: ||Gets early shade|
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|Submitted By: ||Tony B on Nov 28, 2006|
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Kianna working Sunshine. A good name for her also.
A short moderate sport climb that has always held the masses at Military, being one of few 'soft' warm-ups at the cliff.
The crux of this, the center of the 3 bolted lines in this short section is not so much any individual move, but the pump associated with finishing the route.
From the main approach Trail go left to a short area of the wall, steep and pocketed. There are presently 3 sport routes there. From right to left these are: Into the Light (10c), Sunshine (9+) and Moonbeam (9).
5 clips to a bolt and chain anchor.
A. Rothman leading Sunshine on a great sunny fall ...
Tara on Sunshine.
Arlia Schwartz sending Sunshine 5.9+
Garrett on Sunshine
|By Bill Fitz|
From: Fort Collins CO
Sep 14, 2008
possibly one of the most overrated routes in the red. still a good intro to red river pockets. if you want a good 9 go do pouge ethics.
From: Boulder, CO
Nov 5, 2011
Oh come on. This climb deserves lotsa stars. It's super pumpy for beginners, super consistent at the grade, and there isn't a single thing about it that a person could find objectionable besides the fact that it could be twice as long and, thus, twice as fun. It's a fine piece of rock climbing goodness.