White Punks on Rope
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A steep, fun, intermittent crack feature that begins with thin and technical climbing but culminates in a pumpy, juggy, overhanging finish on less than perfect rock. A great warmup.
Begin up a steep black wall below a white, shallow, left-facing corner. Work up to the corner where easier climbing heads up and right to the steep black headwall. Pumpy moves lead into a higher, chossy, left-facing corner. From a grassy ledge, move left to the anchor.
Second bolted line right of The Skinwalker, with black, home-made, angle-iron hangers.
This line is fully equipped with a mix of scary and sturdy-looking home-made hangers, and a long runout to a "new" chain anchor ~10 feet left of the bolt line. Gear would be helpful to backup the ancient hardware.
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|By Glenn Schuler|
From: Monument, Co.
Jan 11, 2011
FA: Glenn Schuler & Brent Kertzman.