Unnamed 5.10 (route 34) - R of tunnel
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This route starts in a right facing corner with a finger crack in the back of a shallow chimney. Stem around the chimney to a stance and continue up some loose rock to a nice .75 to 3 Camalot crack. The crux is near the top getting out of a large flaring pod and through a #3 Camalot roof.
This route is located on the far right, north facing side of 4X4 wall near the center of the wall. As you follow the trail at the base of the wall it will go through a small tunnel formed by a large rock leaning against the wall. This Unnamed route is located just on the other side of this tunnel.
.5 to #3 Camalots. There is bolt and a pin at the anchor with slings.
|Comments on Unnamed 5.10 (route 34) - R of tunnel
From: Boulder, CO
Oct 17, 2011
Cool route. A little thoughtful at the start for a creek 10. You could toss a #4 in the pod finish at the end but it's not bad to do on #3s either.