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By Nate Brown
From: Wilson, Wy
Jul 9, 2009
Lattitudes: most dangerous, most delicate and prone to destruction. Ladders really suck, bring a drill.
Tale of the Scorpion: best route, most likely to stand the test of erosion/time, lots of safe, fun aid climbing, least amount of bad sugar.
Rodeo Queen: the business. hardest route. Good Friday pitch could send you for a huge ride, like a 300 footer. Direct start to Rubicon was hard and dangerous, maybe best to avoid this. Most bad sugar.
Lord Helmet: My bet, very hard.
Wet Stone: Obviously totally different. Less committing, longer, also quite hard. Kind of like a right side EC route--feature linking, traversing, chimneys, 1700 feet of wall...