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Tom Woods on the slabby arete at the start. Lora ...
Tonto is a new sport route just left of KeeMoSabe. Although short, it has varied and interesting climbing all the way up.
Start at a blunt arete about 5' left of KeeMoSabe. Climb the slabby arete and step left to a water groove. Layback past an overhanging slot (crux), continue up a groove and step right to the anchor. Lower from hooks.
5' left of KeeMoSabe, at a slabby arete.
8 bolts to a 2-bolt anchor with lowering hooks.
Lora Woods starting up the slabby arete. Tom Woods...
Ken Grobaski at the crux.
BETA PHOTO: Routes on the right side of Scout Rock:
Looking up from the base of Tonto.
|By Scott McMahon|
From: Boulder, CO
May 30, 2009
Wow...only 2009? Well placed crux bolts, bit of a grovel to pull through. Nice climb overall.
|By Greg Speer|
From: Fort Collins, CO
May 10, 2010
This is a very neat, short climb. I tried it on lead first but couldn't solve the crux. Then as I watched my partner Debbie enter the crux, it became obvious that laying back on the little mini arete in the slot was the key. I suggested this to Deb and she sent although probably more due to her ability and persistence than my advice. I then did on toprope. The crux is a cool little offwidth. Left side in. A little heel-toe action comes in handy too.
|By Nathan Welton|
From: Estes Park, CO
Mar 10, 2012
Weird climb and weird bolting. Why is there a lead bolt 2 feet below the anchor?