Type: Trad, 180 ft
FA: unknown
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Shared By: shad O'Neel on Jul 11, 2004
Admins: Leo Paik, John McNamee, Frances Fierst, Aeon Aki, Mike Snyder, Jake Dickerson, Taylor Spiegelberg

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Access Issue: Dirt roads reopened as of June 2014 Details


This route ascends the S side of the valley massif just left of large, left-facing corner (hooker).

There is a nice, bouldery, double crack start that allows the belayer to escape the sun somewhat. Its probably 5.7ish. Otherwise, scramble up slabs to a ledge to belay.

Follow a stellar crack (mostly hands) up the face and exit through an easy slot. Belay in the shady cave area.

Walk off easily to the climbers right and back down.


Gear to three inches, eats nuts.


Fort Collins, CO
nolteboy   Fort Collins, CO
On a cool morning, this is a great route to soak up the sun and get limbered up on. Jun 3, 2005
Pretty much comparable to a miniature of Ed's Crack. Feb 20, 2008
A pair of rap anchors has now been added left of the crack so people ropes do not get stuck and so people stop rapping off of the manky old slings. Aug 9, 2010
Rodger Raubach
Loveland, CO
Rodger Raubach   Loveland, CO
This route has a tendency to get vegetated up in the Spring. Other than dealing with the veggies, a nice route. Aug 30, 2012
Garret Nuzzo-Jones
Salt Lake City, UT
Garret Nuzzo-Jones   Salt Lake City, UT
The listing is for 180 feet, but the chain anchors allow you to easily lower down with a 70m. Pretty sure a 60m would also lower off fine. Aug 25, 2014
You can lower w a 60m. Jul 13, 2015
Tim Kessel
Fort Collins
Tim Kessel   Fort Collins
Great route for learning how to jam! The views are so good also! Jul 9, 2017