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Cave Route aka Cavus Maximus V1-2 5
Chain Reactor V2 5+
Crack, Snapple, Pop V0 4
N Face S Chain V0 4
NW Arete V0 4
North Face V0-1 4+
West Face [Chain Rock] V2 5+
Type: Boulder
FA: Steve Mammen, most likely
Page Views: 1,384 total, 7/month
Shared By: Michael Komarnitsky on May 12, 2001
Admins: Leo Paik, John McNamee, Frances Fierst, Monty, Monomaniac

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Description

Stem up high into the cave, and then jam your hands into the crack on the left corner of the cave roof out and over, gain a chickenhead like block, and finish.

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Crash pad.

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Mathias
Loveland, CO
Mathias   Loveland, CO
In the 'Colorado Bouldering Front Range' guide by Phillip Benningfield and Matt Samet, there are two routes that start in the cave.

The description for this route would make it 'Crack, Snapple, Pop' at V0. 'Cavus Maximus' is a V1 in the book: "Start in jugs on cave's right wall and climb to the right around the arĂȘte on positive edges." Mar 10, 2015
Scott Matz
Loveland, CO
Scott Matz   Loveland, CO
I don't know guys, I thought it to be more like 5.9- a, b, and c with a 5.8c crux move for three inches, get real. Aug 19, 2009
Jeremy Franz
Berthoud, CO
 
Jeremy Franz   Berthoud, CO
 
I agree with Allen... Is there some eliminate that brings it to V2? May 1, 2008
Unless I'm doing this wrong, I have always felt it to be hard 5.9. allen Nov 14, 2007
Ricky Newman
Fort Collins, CO
  V1
Ricky Newman   Fort Collins, CO
  V1
According to Benningfield's guide, this problem is called Cavus Maximus. Oct 3, 2007
V0 - fun. Nov 1, 2002
Did this last year, felt like it was more like B5.10- / V0. Very Fun! Apr 25, 2002