Type: Sport
FA: Rick Leitner, August, 1999
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Shared By: Jeff Lockyer on Sep 20, 2001
Admins: Leo Paik, John McNamee, Frances Fierst, Monty, Monomaniac

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Description

This is located on 'The Chicken Wall' of the 'Clock Tower'. It is the 2nd route from the right of the old industrial bolts. It is a little squeezed with "Wessel In the Chicken Coop". Be careful clipping the first bolt, as there may be bat shit/piss all around. From here, continue up the arete/corner to the anchors. This is a short route but nonetheless a decent route for the intermediate leader. As mentioned, a little squeezed with the route directly right, as you could clip these bolts as well. Enjoy.

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5 bolts - 2 bolt anchor.

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Leo Paik
Westminster, Colorado
  5.8
Leo Paik   Westminster, Colorado  
  5.8
Err.. 5.8 perhaps? Mar 7, 2002
keith story
Boulder, CO
keith story   Boulder, CO
It felt like a 5.10a to me, but this was right after working a few other problems on the wall, so it was probably fatigue kicking in. Fun route to climb though! Sep 2, 2009
Paul Donald Andrews
Nederland, Co.
  5.9+
Paul Donald Andrews   Nederland, Co.
  5.9+
Weird route, not really worth the effort it took to put in the bolts. Still, there were a few good moves and a couple of finger jams. A little zig-zaggy, pretty tough to follow the bolt line. A tad harder than the line to the right, but honestly, it didn't feel like 5.10 to me. Aug 28, 2010
Hiro Protagonist
Colorado
 
Hiro Protagonist   Colorado
 
Maybe I did it wrong, but the crux on the bolt line is not 5.10. Both my partner and I wouldn't do it on lead. Instead we traversed right, practically getting onto the Weasel next door as we went around.

Overall, too short, do it if you're stuck waiting for something else. May 1, 2012