Type: Trad, TR, Aid
FA: Jim Cormier?
Page Views: 1,573 total · 7/month
Shared By: Jim Cormier on Aug 1, 2001
Admins: Leo Paik, John McNamee, Frances Fierst, Monty, Monomaniac

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Description

Great route to learn how to do tricky aid and some delicate nailing. You can protect the route by top rope as I placed rappel anchors at the top of the route. Start in a right facing dihedral working up 7-8 feet and tackling the small overhang which then follows a thin crack which diagonals slightly right until it jouns with another route which is now bolted but was done by Jay Kinghorn on aid the same time as I did this route.

Protection

Birdbeaks to 1/2 angles, also will take RPs and HB offsets, and the largest piece I placed was the first piece which was a green Alien cam (1/2").

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PeterH Holcombe
Lafayette, CO
 
PeterH Holcombe   Lafayette, CO
 
Funny to see this here. Good going. Did you notice the single bolt stud at the bottom? I used to rope solo this all the time in the late '90s. Fun practice nailing. Oct 14, 2012