Type: Sport
FA: Tom Hanson, 1998.
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Shared By: Dan Mottinger on Dec 31, 2000
Admins: Leo Paik, John McNamee, Frances Fierst, Monty, Monomaniac

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Access Issue: Seasonal Raptor Closures Details

Description

Start off on a tough boulderly move (V2) in the crack to gain the arete. Climb the rest of the arete on good handholds to the anchors.

Protection

Four bolts to a two bolt belay.

Photos

T. Hanson - Here are the names of these routes (numbered according to photogragh) 4: Problem Child, 5.10, FA: Scott Sills, '88. 5: Darys Crack, 5.8, FA: Chris Drysdale?, '86? 6: Emerald Epitaph, 5.10 FA: T. Hanson & S Sills, '88. 7: Pulling the Flake, 5.10, FA: S, Sills & T Hanson, '88. 8: High Flyer, 5.10, FA: Hanson, Sills, '88. 9: Tag, a.k.a. Push Start, 5.11a, FA: T, Hanson, '98. 10: Crack the Whip, 12a, FA: T. Hanson, '98. Jan 1, 2001
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Englewood, CO
ROC   Englewood, CO
Skip the V2 bouldery start altogether. Just jump for the positive ledge and swing those feet up. Better stick it first try or you'll be donating a couple of layers of skin and some blood to the CWC rock. Once you stick that HUGE pocket on the left your basically done. Don't be tempted to stem out to the left as this makes it conisiderably easier. Apr 21, 2004