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Andrew Matthews leading Twilight Time.
A fun sport route with neat stemming.
Take the Treasure Wall approach and go about 30' up the hill, just right of a big pine tree next to the wall.
Climb the steep face, with crux stemming past the 3rd bolt. Continue up with more cool stemming moves. Traverse right to a little pine, then go straight up to the anchor on a good ledge.
The anchor is shared with Bobby's Back; you can TR that route after climbing this one.
Descent: Lower 60' back to the start.
We did the first ascent around 8:30 pm with just enough light to see; hence the name "Twilight Time".
Take the Treasure Wall approach. Go right and uphill about 30' to the start of the route, just right of a big pine tree next to the wall.
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6 bolts to a 2-bolt anchor with lowering hooks. The last bolt and the anchor are shared with Bobby's Back.
Bill H. leading Twilight Time.
|Comments on Twilight Time
From: Eldorado Springs, CO
Sep 2, 2007
Sep 19, 2007
Pleasant line. I believe (?) that in addition to the anchor, the last bolt is also shared with Bobby's Back. At least, I clipped it. Nice hooks for anchors!
|By Tony B|
From: Around Boulder, CO
Sep 22, 2007
I lead it on gear, cleaning the little cracks up as I went. It goes 5.9+ on gear, no real runouts if you have some brass or steel. If I'd had ball nuts I would have sewn it up tight.
A majority of the route goes easily without bolts, some I had to tinker with, but it was all protected.
|By Gary Schmidt|
From: Boulder, CO
Sep 8, 2008
Nice line and you can also then top rope the route to the right if you wish.
|By Phil Lauffen|
Aug 29, 2010
This climb is probably easier clipping bolts than placing gear, but it ain't harder than 5.9 as a sport route.