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Type: Sport, 55 ft
FA: unknown
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Shared By: Erik Pohlman on Dec 20, 2006
Admins: Marcus Floyd, Dave Hug

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Start in kind of a shallow corner, heading up and right. Gains a small ledge, then up on face climbing and through a small roof, ending on a slab. Anchors are on a ledge at the very top, allowing one to walk off or rap in.


On the left side of Walrus Ledge. This is the first bolt line right of the dihedral crack system.


Bolts, two bolt anchor on a ledge at the top. Lower, rap, or walk off.


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Dakota from North Dakota
Golden, CO
Dakota from North Dakota   Golden, CO
First bolt or two is made up of the archetype Missouri limestone: CHOSS! After the really neat (but hollow sounding) flakes the rock gets much better. It being relatively long and very fun makes it a great warm up route for the area :D Aug 11, 2013
Yosef Shuman
Washington, DC
Yosef Shuman   Washington, DC

Highly recommend stick clipping the first bolt.

Route is long, so make sure you bring plenty of quickdraws - I forget if I used 7, 8, or 9, but I ended up only having one at the end to rappel down on. Apr 24, 2016
Actually very enjoyable movement and holds. Mar 27, 2017
Zane Winter
Kansas City, MO
Zane Winter   Kansas City, MO
Certainly not an ideal lead for those at their limit, I found this route to be really fun but runout. Great warmup. Nov 9, 2017

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