Type: Sport, 100 ft
FA: Dave Dangle, Bob D'Antonio and Richard Aschert
Page Views: 1,997 total · 11/month
Shared By: Ron Olsen on May 7, 2004
Admins: Leo Paik, John McNamee, Frances Fierst, Monty, Monomaniac

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Located two routes to the left of Spontaneous Combustion. This stellar route is identified by five new hangers that climbs the obvious swell bulge and links up to the unknown route from the left. Climb a short vertical face and over the bulge using monodoigts and deadpoints to shallow pockets gaining access to larger pockets and easier terrain. Continue on perfect rock up the long panel on older hangers to a small bulge and a new set of anchors. 9 clips + 2 anchors, 90 feet.


9 clips + 2 anchors, 90 feet.


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Mike Anderson
Colorado Springs, CO
Mike Anderson   Colorado Springs, CO
Another great Gym route, Bob! Feb 26, 2007
Jack Sparrow
denver, co
Jack Sparrow   denver, co
This is a great route with a hard bouldery crux at bolts 2-4. I thought the crux moves by themselves would be a V5 boulder problem. The rest of the route is about 11b/c. I think this route warrants the 12c grade. Grades aside, the route is a classic and should get climbed more. May 23, 2013

I really liked this route. Easy climbing up to about the 4th bolt, then one or 2 really hard moves, followed by endless fun 9/10a climbing. You will want to be properly warmed up for the crux as it is pretty tendon intensive. May 4, 2014
Nederland, CO
ROCKMAN2   Nederland, CO
Killer route! One of the best on the wall with a short but ferocious crux that leads to amazing 11- climbing allllll the way to the chains. My favorite route on the Combustion Wall so far. Feb 11, 2019