Via The Hot One
|Type: ||Boulder, 15'|
|Consensus: || Hueco: V9 Font: 7C [details]|
|FA: ||Steve Mammen|
|Season: ||Late Spring through Mid Fall|
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|Submitted By: ||CrocodiliusPontifex on Sep 26, 2010|
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Sending Via the Hot One.
Photo by Alex Herbert.
Climb the diagonal seam up crimps to a sloper and a V-notch. Tops out above the Frisco Buttress.
Park at the trailhead parking just north of I-70 at exit 201. Walk down the on-ramp until the first light pole, turn right and walk up a fairly obvious trail for about 50 feet. You can see the boulder (more of a mini-cliff) from the highway.
Pads and a spotter.
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From: Elizabethtown, Pennsylvania
Jan 9, 2014
Owing to his perseverance, Steve Mammen took more than two years to establish this obscure problem. After moving away from the area, he regularly made the four hour round trip commute from the Front Range to work the problem. Steve used a blow torch to dry the holds for his successful ascent. John Sherman made the probable second ascent in 1991.