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BETA PHOTO: The view from the road, looking across the creek.
This climb take a little bushwhacking to get to but offers decent climbing on good rock. It is listed in the Rifle Mountain Park book as on of the obscurities on the Jumbled Buttress. It is listed at 5.10, but that might be a bit soft. When climbed in Fall 2010, the upper hand crack that isn't shown in the picture was really sandy.
You have to cut across the creek and scurry up to the base of the climb.
From: Glenwood Springs CO
May 3, 2011
I onsight this with Tyler, and I though it a tough climb. Granted styled the offwidth with sloper lieback not a beached whale thrutch past the crux.
|By Jason Kaplan|
From: Glenwood ,Co
May 6, 2012
Ha, you call sloper liebacking stylish.... Onsighted this today and no sloper liebacking. Good gear, great jams, would probly be my favorite route at No Name with some broom action and topping it out. So good, compared to my onsight attempt on Lone Pine yesterday, this was a cruise.
|By Michael Schneiter|
From: Glenwood Springs, CO
May 7, 2012
Continue for two more pitches above this pitch for a good little adventure, topping out the granite.