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Between two opposing dihedrals is a seemingly blank face with an intimidating hanging chock stone above. Difficult moves right off the deck posit you on a face with good holds few and far between. A short crux follows clipping the 2nd bolt, but the real business is on the hanging Guillotine itself- don't screw up!
This is a striking line that lies between two opposing dihedrals.
6 bolts and chain anchors.
Bob Siegrist riding the Guillotine.
|Comments on The Guillotine
|By Ross Keller|
From: Parker, CO
Aug 31, 2009
rating: 5.11c 6c+ 24 VIII- E4 6a
The right-hand dihedral goes at about 5.8. Gear to 3" 1 or 2 stars. A little dirty. but worth doing.
From: Estes Park, CO
Jul 3, 2010
Definitely felt more like 11c than 11b...but the holds are there and it's a super good route. A little intimidating climbing underneath the guillotine, but it seems solid enough. I placed a #3 C4 at the flake, but it proved unnecessary as the 4th clip is easy to reach from the undercling. Nice work, Siegrists!