Type: Sport, 40 ft
FA: Jim Hall, Colin Lantz, 1992
Page Views: 1,243 total · 6/month
Shared By: Chris Dawson on Jul 31, 2002
Admins: Leo Paik, John McNamee, Frances Fierst, Monty, Monomaniac

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Access Issue: Private Property issues Details

Description

Railing is located in the main cave. It is the farthest right bolt line out of the cave starting just right of Terminal. The start is identified by the ".12b" drawn in chalk on the wall. There is an alternate start to the right that avoids the crux and is .11+. The crux comes in the first 15 feet followed by fun moves on steep rock to the lip of the cave and the anchors. Feeling trepiditious?.... Bring a stick clip. Actually, there is a nice solid stick in the cave for just that purpose. It has good rock, great moves, good pro, but the pitch is just so short. Two stars.

Addendum: it is route #7 in the photo.

Protection

5 bolts + 2 bolt anchor.

Location

Railing is located in the main cave. It is the farthest right bolt line out of the cave starting just right of Terminal.

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Chris Dawson
Grand Junction, CO
  5.12b
Chris Dawson   Grand Junction, CO
  5.12b
Sorry, it's route number 7. -CD Aug 1, 2002
This route is actually 11d with the 12b version as the alternate start, since the 11d is straight up and the 12b comes in hard from the left. Oct 18, 2008