|Across from The Bihedral aka Cascade Crag
This line starts with the first 50-60' of Crack Where The Sun Don't Shine, an obvious hanging dihedral ~18 feet off the ground. Break off left at a tiny pillar on easy terrain to a set of anchors with Mussy hooks.
Note, 10 of these bolts on this line are directly on Crack Where The Sun Don't Shine.
Addendum: this was originally described differently, but someone pointed out to us the intentions of the energized retrobolter.
Others have provided a name, Rain Check. This may have been climbed in the 1980s by Ed Ash. Some call this 5.8+.
This starts with the same first 50-60' of Crack Where The Sun Don't Shine, an obvious hanging dihedral ~18 feet off the ground.
13-15 bolts. Note, over half of this line was originally led without bolts on traditional gear.
|By Bruce Hildenbrand|
Oct 1, 2012
New Mussy hook installed. Both anchor bolts tightened.
From: Nederland, Colorado
Jul 14, 2013
rating: 5.8 5b 16 VI- 15 HVS 4c
Definitely a good route for learning sport lead. There's a lot of protection, great big mussy hook anchors at the top which make both clipping in easy and make it easy for your follower to rap down.