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By Tony B
From: Around Boulder, CO
Mar 3, 2006
A partner and I recently looked for the route 'Carruthers' on this wall. We cound not be sure where it was, but found it to be possibly the system just right of 'Whale's Back' that started in a dirty looking slot.
Upon asking other people, both strangers and partners, where it was we found that others also could not find the route.
Has anyone ever climbed this possibly mythical route?
Where is it?
By Rob Dillon
Mar 29, 2006
Mar 25, 2008
|Last week I walked back and forth between Whale's Back and Technicolor and couldn't find Carruthers, although Mr. Pink (.11) was put up in that same stretch last Thursday.|
From: Boulder, CO
Mar 31, 2008
|I couldn't find it either. Then again I had a hard time finding a few of the routes here. Long way in between routes in the book.|
Aug 2, 2009
There is a new swithchbacking trail that comes up just left of David and Golaith. It is easiest to park out on the main dirt road, and walk 100 meters or so up the side road to the trail, which is currently marked with a wooden stake.
Go left at the top of the trail for big red and barca lounger. Go right for david, golaith, dusty, whales back, mr. pink and technicolor. You are better off to park all the way up the side road, and walk slightly further up the drainage to the faint trail on the right for golden eye. There is a new marked trail on the left that brings you to the wall with the mongrel and the gash.
By geoff georges
From: Seattle, Wa.
Apr 3, 2014
|There is a good 5.10 right of Goliath with a plaque " Buckaroo Bonsai". I was surprised to not see it here or in the new Creek guide.|