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This is a more sustained and finger-tip abusing route than its neighbor to the left (Blank Frank
). The business (crux) is in the sustained nature and difficult route finding of the middle section. However, the last couple bolts remain sustained and technical (possible 11-ish), and the pump on this route is more substantial than on its neighbor. The rock quality is very good after the poor rock and rat feces that decorate the first fifteen feet to the cave. The meandering nature and sharp crimps give it one less star than Frank
, but nevertheless an excellent route that will keep your attention till the anchor.
This shares the first bolt with Blank Frank
and then follows the bolt line to the right. It has a two bolt anchor immediately after a small roof.
By b hof
From: Pueblo West, CO
Apr 7, 2013
rating: 5.12a/b 7b 26 VIII+ 26 E5 6a
This route didn't seem to wander that much, I stayed on the right side of the bolted line the entire time.