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Sidelines

5.10a, Sport, TR,  Avg: 2 from 93 votes
FA: unknown
Colorado > Golden > N Table Mountai… > Overhang Area
Access Issue: Rim Rock Trail Closure Details

Description

This starts off a bit easier, then it gets thinner (5.10) on face of upper half. It is labeled 49 on image.

Location

Start about 10' left of In Between the Lines.

Protection

5-6 bolts, 2 bolt anchor.

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Sidelines, In Between the Lines, Offline, and Mr. Squirrel Places a Nut.
[Hide Photo] Sidelines, In Between the Lines, Offline, and Mr. Squirrel Places a Nut.
Koko Kosila dancing up the Sideline.
[Hide Photo] Koko Kosila dancing up the Sideline.
Sidelines shares the first bolt with In Between the Lines before branching left.
[Hide Photo] Sidelines shares the first bolt with In Between the Lines before branching left.
Peter Dillon on the crux headwall of Sidelines.
[Hide Photo] Peter Dillon on the crux headwall of Sidelines.
Koko, very cool.
[Hide Photo] Koko, very cool.

Comments [Hide ALL Comments]

Guy H.
Fort Collins CO
 
[Hide Comment] This climb has some fun edging on the upper half of the route. Be careful not fall on the first few hard moves. There is an ankle busting ledge right below the crux. Mar 11, 2002
[Hide Comment] Scramble to the shelf, the clip. Again, secure the second clip, and then have some fun. The fall before clipping #2 can be an akle breaker. Trust the small matching pocket at the second clip. It's bomber! Fun, but short. Oct 15, 2002
Rob Westfall
Denver, CO
 
[Hide Comment] Clipped into first bolt of In Between Lines and it worked out well. Fun finish. Jul 15, 2009
Dave Clark 5.10
Golden, CO
  5.10a
[Hide Comment] Nice route with a couple variations. Probably 10b if you stay on the face and don't use the crack to the left of the bottom half and don't use the big ledge half way up. Dec 1, 2009
Jay Eggleston
Denver
 
[Hide Comment] This has three bolts, although you can clip the first bolt on In Between the Lines to make it four. Feb 8, 2013
Aaron Glasenapp
Denver, CO
[Hide Comment] This route (along with many others at Table) was re-bolted with stainless steel bolts and equipped with lowering hooks on 9/29/18. Thanks to the Boulder Climbing Community for organizing the rebolting effort. Please toprope through your own gear, and lower off the hooks when you clean the route. Nov 12, 2018
[Hide Comment] Looks harder from the ground than it is. Don't be scared away, it's a pretty good climb. Mar 31, 2019