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Axl Rose V3 6A
Electric Nork V5 6C
Graduated Slopers V4 6B
Gumby Filter V7 7A+
Hairy Scary Direct V4 6B X
Holloway's Route V7 7A+
Morrison Dihedral V0+ 4+ R
Morrison Traverse, The V3-4 6A+ R
Occasionalist, The V8 7B
Regular or Goofy V1 5
Seams High V1+ 5 X
Some Biceps Are Bigger Than Others V6 7A
Twist and Shout V4 6B X
Unknown V7-8 7B X
Unknown V3 V3+ 6A+
White Men Can't Jump V8-9 7B+
Willow's Wart V5 6C
Zig Zag Dynos V3 6A
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Shared By: Quinn Stevens on Jul 27, 2001
Admins: Leo Paik, John McNamee, Frances Fierst, Monty, Monomaniac

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Willow is a terrific Morrison traverse with classic moves. Virtually anyone who has been to the Lobby has tried this one. The route is a little too long to describe in detail, but essentially begin on the right side of the Lobby matched on a long diagonal hold a few feet above the ground. Traverse left about 5 yards, move slightly up to a small crimp match in a crack, and pop to the top jug. Stellar moves on overhung rock ultilize horns, crimps, and desperate slopers with intricate body positioning. There are a few secrets to uncracking this one, however, ultimately everyone seems to find his/her own beta. I remember trying this problem six years ago, when I could only pull a couple moves at a time. After growing stronger and wiring the moves, Willow serves as an excellent warmup for Morrison's less delicate and more strenuous problems.


Perhaps place a pad in the corner, a few feet left of the starting holds.


Willow's Wart Dec 7, 2001
Stich Stich
Colorado Springs, Colorado
Stich Stich   Colorado Springs, Colorado
The two times I visited Morrison it was pretty empty, so I didn't get much of a taste for the "scene" if you will. I was impressed by the length of the wall. It's not just concentrated in a one hundred foot band like I am used to at home. The long traverses in the cave parts are pretty damn neat. Definitely bring a crash pad for these, as the headspace is so short at times that spotting is difficult. Bring two or more pads to do long traverses. Aug 6, 2001