Type: Trad, 200 ft
FA: H. Carter, C. Vogel, 1968
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Shared By: Mike Robinson on Mar 1, 2007
Admins: Alvaro Arnal, Leo Paik, John McNamee, Frances Fierst, Monty, Monomaniac

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The crux is at the top of the two parallel cracks under a roof to traverse right (crux), then pull onto a face onto a ledge to bolted anchor P1, belay. Then up to the top of the Lower Grotto Wall belay P2.

You can rap from the anchors with a single 60m rope.


This is easy to find, the two "twin cracks" left of Cryogenics.


Trad, well-protected, bring some long runners though.
Boulder, CO
Carolyn   Boulder, CO
Great route. High quality. This route had it all: jams, stemming, jugs, and a spicy traverse. Great to new leader, good gear the whole way. Sep 13, 2009
Yes, I remember thinking that traverse was a little spicy for 5.8. Very fun. Feb 13, 2011
Evan J  
Retrieved BD Camalot - if it is yours, pls contact me through MP. Nov 9, 2014
Andy W
Fort Collins, CO
Andy W   Fort Collins, CO
Great climb. Traverse is spicy but not technically difficult. Short jug haul after makes any rope drag manageable. I thought this route was easier than Zanzibar Dihedral (Weller Slab, classic 5.8). Aug 7, 2017
Ramsey Houck
Fort Collins
Ramsey Houck   Fort Collins
Everything from the twin cracks up is solid gold. I had a smile on my face the whole way. Jul 22, 2018