Unnamed 5.10 Flake
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right route in pic is the 5.10 flake
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Start up the wide hands left facing corner #3 camalot, to where it widens for about 10 feet of fists #4 camalot, holds on the flake make this section a little easier. Finally things narrow providing a nice rest for the tricky finish. The crack pinches down forcing a awkward layback to the anchors. The smaller gear you bring the higher you will be able to protect.
Towards the left side of Blue Gramma wall, between two unnamed climbs. Second route left of Dawn of an Age. Route #2 in Bloom's Book.
.5 to #4 camalot, Many #3 camalots
From: Boulder, CO
Apr 5, 2010
Take a .75 for the top to avoid the sandy liebacking to the chains 10+ feet above your last hand piece.
By Don Morris
From: Denver, CO
Nov 4, 2014
Inscribed on a stone at the bottom of the climb is 'Wide Not 5.10'.