Type: Sport, 80 ft
FA: Bob D'Antonio, '84
Page Views: 3,660 total · 21/month
Shared By: Mike Anderson on Dec 31, 2004
Admins: Leo Paik, John McNamee, Frances Fierst, Monty, Monomaniac

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Access Issue: Closed October 11th-14th, 2018 Details


According to Bob's book, this route was one of the first in the canyon.

It starts in an overhanging dihedral just left of the beautiful lichen-covered wall that hosts "Sitting in Limbo" and "Cassandra".

The crux comes at the beginning and involves powerful stemming up the overhanging corner to reach a gigantic pocket. The route above climbes up a pleasant lichen-covered slab.

This route was originally climbed on gear, which was very bold, considering the nature of the rock. It has been retrobolted...by whom, I don't know...and now should be a popular route. The climbing is excellent, and the rock is very good too.




One of the best routes I've done in the canyon. Highly recommended! Dec 11, 2010
Boulder, CO
butlerbt   Boulder, CO
A great route that seems to rarely see traffic. I didn't do much stemming and instead opted for crimpy lieback. The slab above is very enjoyable with a balancy redpoint crux coming right before the top shelf. May 15, 2012
William Mondragon  
Onsighted! Yes! I brushed all the holds on my way down. Hop on this route and help with the cleaning process, def worth doing. Sep 10, 2012
Unlike most routes in this canyon, this route felt soft. Nonetheless, it was a blast! May 27, 2017
Allen L
Del Norte, CO
Allen L   Del Norte, CO
Killer route - unfortunately maybe only one in canyon that I want a clipper stick on. Jun 4, 2018