|Type: ||Trad, Sport|
|FA: ||Unpublished, FFA Tod Anderson, 1997|
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|Submitted By: ||Richard M. Wright on Apr 2, 2002|
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The Neighborhood, strictly speaking, begins in a corner to the left of Spanky that is protected on wires (5.9). This is P1, however my own trip through The Neighborhood used Spanky as the first pitch and I have no beta concerning the 5.9 start. P2 runs close to 100 ft with its crux coming in surmounting a bulgy roof just above the belay to Spanky. While only 5.10, P2 has some of the nicest climbing on this sector of the wall. The Neighborhood picks up three stars for its high continuity, solid stone, and rational protection (but run out in several sections). Those who know, know who to thank for this fine addition. Jeffco commissioners, open up this public land.
Strictly speaking, one should bring a rack and a dozen draws. Double ropes are desirable, otherwise take two raps to the ground using a 60 meter rope.
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