Type: Sport, 40 ft
FA: unknown
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Shared By: richard magill on Jun 3, 2006
Admins: Mike Snyder, Jake Dickerson, Taylor Spiegelberg

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Description

This route goes up a small dihedral, just right of Slippery Avocado. All the tricky climbing is located down low in surmounting the first semi-chossy roof near the first bolt.

After that it gets pretty easy.

Unfortunately, the route was bolted like you would be left in the dihedral. The actual climbing takes you a bit right of this over the roof. So the bolting is a little funky at the first bolt and threatens to slap you against the wall if you fall.

After getting through this funkiness it is 5.8 to the anchors. Not a terrible route but a route I would not recommend - just not as good as the other lines here.

Location

Just right of Slippery Avocado.

Protection

5 bolts to the Slippery Avocado anchor.

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Sauce Purvis
Golden, CO.
 
Sauce Purvis   Golden, CO.
 
Loose throughout! Not recommended. Jul 13, 2008
poundit14
Laramie, WY
 
poundit14   Laramie, WY
 
Watch out for choss before and at the roof. There is some soft rock on the left side, and choss waiting to peel off on the right side of the roof, exactly where and what you want to grab. Once pass the roof, it is pretty solid now, but there is a block that is currently marked with an X, so tread carefully. Jun 7, 2009
Emerson Takahashi
Casper, WY
 
Emerson Takahashi   Casper, WY
 
I have climbed this one a few times in the past months, and everything seems to be just fine. Pretty nice climb if you want to take a break from slippery slopers. May 17, 2011
K Gustafson
  5.10b/c
K Gustafson  
  5.10b/c
This route has so many interesting features and so much potential. For some reason, it doesn't climb well and fell short of my expectations. Perhaps some holds broke off, but the start is harder than 10a. Much more difficult that slippery avocado. Apr 24, 2017