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Start just left of where the approach trail hits the crag. You can see the rope in situ tie-off up above. Enjoyable climbing the whole way, not always obvious holds, seems to be the norm for this crag. Pull over the bulge crux up to the anchor.
8 bolts or so, a fixed pin, and an in situ tie-off. There are fixed anchors at the top.
|By Michael Schneiter|
From: Glenwood Springs, CO
Nov 8, 2013
I believe the pro was 5 bolts, a pin between the 1st and 2nd bolt, and an in situ thread (old rope) near the top.
And, it's much more like 70-80 feet instead of 90. Still, well-spaced pro.