Type: Sport
FA: Mike Fitzgerald
Page Views: 1,601 total · 8/month
Shared By: Richard M. Wright on Jan 19, 2002
Admins: Alvaro Arnal, Leo Paik, John McNamee, Frances Fierst, Monty, Monomaniac

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Access Issue: Private Property - Waiver Required Details

Description

The first route left of the trail begins a bit harder than the one on the right. Once again, the second pitch seems the better of the two by far. You can pick off either of the two pitches that start off the ledge behind the tree.

Protection

Several draws and a rope.

Photos

Say what you may, the first half of this route is not 5.9. Much closer to 11. Sep 3, 2003
I would have to agree with the above post it is at least a 5.10 and likely a 5.11. May 7, 2005
Paul Barta
Fort Collins, Colorado
 
Paul Barta   Fort Collins, Colorado
 
I was describing the wrong route. My bad! Apr 25, 2006
Aeon Aki    
 
The opening moves are the only ones on this route that could be harder than 5.9. But you can avoid them by traversing left from #5. The "crux" is certainly the final moves of the 2nd pitch. Jun 1, 2006
dbyte
Carbondale, CO
  5.10d
dbyte   Carbondale, CO
  5.10d
The 1st pitch is called The Ballerina. Where the 2nd pitch is indicated on the beta photo is an unnamed 5.11b. Jun 9, 2007
The first couple of moves off the ground, if you stay in the bolt line, are easily hard 5.10. Jul 30, 2007
Evan Winn
  5.10c
Evan Winn  
  5.10c
The beta photo is of the wrong route. It is a good photo of Roadside. Yes, it is easier if you traverse in above the opening moves, but come on! Don't avoid the chalenge, overcome it.

Essentially the route is a V3 with a 5.6 on top of it. Jul 1, 2009
Jamie Umbras
Dallas, TX
  5.11-
Jamie Umbras   Dallas, TX
  5.11-
Hard opening moves. May 30, 2016
Good luck doing the opening moves :D Jan 30, 2018