Type: Sport, 80 ft
FA: Rick Thompson and Bob D'Antonio, 1999
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Shared By: Ron Olsen on Dec 2, 2001
Admins: Leo Paik, John McNamee, Frances Fierst, Monty, Monomaniac

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Just left of "Working Man" on the left side of Cactus Cliff is a small left-facing corner about 20 feet up. Leisure Class climbs up slighlty overhanging pockets to the corner, then powers up the corner via layback. Climb past several bolts up a clean face to the anchors. This is an excellent route on good rock.


11 bolts to a two-bolt anchor.


Rick Thompson
Mount Nebbiolo, CO
Rick Thompson   Mount Nebbiolo, CO
Yo Bob! I know memories get increasingly distorted at our age - too many new routes, the descriptions for which all seem to merge with the time line horizon into one confusing morass of climbing jargon. I seem to recall this route following a RIGHT-facing corner (not left-facing). Now, about those Ginko supplements...... - rico Jan 23, 2002
Deaun Schovajsa
Deaun Schovajsa  
This is a really sweet climb. One of the best 11s at Cactus.... Mar 3, 2008
Westminster, CO
jarthur   Westminster, CO
This climb has one of the best crux sequences for the grade about 20-ft up. Pretty chill for the last half of the climb. Don't pass this one up. Mar 23, 2008
sstrauss   Denver
Really worth giving a go. If you get stuck at the crux, you can climb 3/4 ton and traverse over to anchors to retrieve your gear. Really fun climb, just gotta get that crux move down. Apr 18, 2011
^ You're thinking of Pick Pocket. Jan 21, 2013
Wonderful climb! First crux at the flake, get high feet and throw with your right hand to a great crimp, power through the next few moves on positive crimps and good pockets. Pumpy but not too bad! Apr 6, 2015