Type: Sport, 60 ft
FA: Ric Geiman and Steve Cheney, 1987. Equipped 2000
Page Views: 2,434 total · 12/month
Shared By: Brad Short on Nov 29, 2002
Admins: Leo Paik, John McNamee, Frances Fierst, Monty, Monomaniac

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Start between Working Man and Blackman's Burden, at a solid, left-facing flake that curves up and right. As the flake ends, move up a short face (crux) to the shallow dihedral. Stem and jam the dihedral to the anchors.

Nice moves, good rock, and only one relatively sharp hold near the crux. Almost a candidate for three stars.


7 bolts to anchors.


Larry Shaw
Larry Shaw  
Route was very pumpy around the second and third bolts. Sep 4, 2004
Westminster, CO
jarthur   Westminster, CO
Pumpy and technical all the way to the flake where it backs off. I nearly got blown off this route from strong winds the day I sent. Luckily I tucked myself into the corner and waited it out. Super cool line. Mar 23, 2008
Ben Cassedy
Denver, CO
Ben Cassedy   Denver, CO
Super fun. Makes for a great companion route with the 10c to the left (Three-Quarter Ton?) Both comparable in difficulty but totally different style. I had an easier time on this one while my partner had an easier time on Three-Quarter Ton. Nov 21, 2010
Boulder, CO
Branty   Boulder, CO
Great stuff! Fun flake moves at the bottom and great stemming up top! Jan 28, 2018