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This is just south and underneath the Gumdrop Spire.  The belay before P4 (and the top of P3) is here.  Not visible is the 3'+ wide chasm that is about 20' deep, which would be very bad to fall into.
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Jeremy Hakes
Jun 15, 2008
This is just south and underneath the Gumdrop Spire. The belay before P4 (and the top of P3) is here. Not visible is the 3'+ wide chasm that is about 20' deep, which would be very bad to fall into.  
Jason Kaplan
Glenwood ,Co
Jason Kaplan   Glenwood ,Co
This vantage point is from the top of P4 looking down on the gum Drop Spire. The 20 foot deep, 3 foot wide cleft is basically where the sunny slab meets the shade. We belayed nearly under the bolt for the aid pitch up the gum drop I would assume, and belayed through the bolt in the roof of the Gum Drop Spire which made the crossing of the gash less scary. Aug 10, 2008

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