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The Wet Mountains are a hidden gem of Southern Colorado climbing, boasting steep sport granite and multi-pitch trad climbing. During the winter months ice climbing is also possible.
The Wet Mountains lie south of Canon City and close to Florence. Please refer to the area descriptions on how to locate each climbing area as they are dispersed.
Information about the Wet Mountains is currently on the light side, so if you are venturing down there, a handy resource would be the area's guidebook, The Ripper: Climbing in Colorado's Wet Mountains, available from Sharp End Publishing stores.sharpendbooks.com/climbing/?sort=featured&page=3 and climbing shops. Bob and Carrie Robertson's guide The Sunny Side of Voyageur found at www.climbingpamphlet.com is a good reference too.
Great Divide, 400 N. Santa Fe, Pueblo.
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Pendejo 5.11a 6c 22 VII+ 22 E3 5c CO : The Wet Mountains : ... : Tanner Dome
The route takes the obvious arÍte on the left side of Tanner Rock. At this time, the far left, bolted route on Tanner Rock. 200 feet left of the trad route Clippers and Saws.Pitch one 5.10c - Starts just left of a hard looking overhang. 8 bolts and anchor. The first pitch can also be done as a sport pitch, by stopping at the first set of anchors. (Use a 60 meter rope). Pitch two - 5.10b 11 bolts and anchor.Pitch three - 10 bolts and anchor takes the steep face on big holds, best done as a sport ...[more] Browse More Classics in CO
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