Type: Trad, 30 ft
FA: unknown
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Shared By: Mike Robinson on May 9, 2007
Admins: Leo Paik, John McNamee, Frances Fierst, Monty, Monomaniac

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Access Issue: Seasonal Closure - 2018 Update Details


The crux is pulling around the corner and onto the face on open hand jams. The gear is great and it is a nice variation to the 2nd pitch of Cozyhang. It is exposed, but again it is well protected.


At the ramp that starts the second pitch of Cozyhang, look for a 2-4 inch wide crack that angles outward at 45 degrees and then turns the corner onto the roof. Reach high and throw a #1 Friend in to protect the crux move onto the face. Then, hand traverse for 10 feet to the left and then go straight up for another 15 feet and belay.




This looks like the Cozyhang variation - double entry? Jun 17, 2011
Brook Wager
Fort Collins, CO
Brook Wager   Fort Collins, CO
I'm not quite clear how this differs from Cozyhang, which goes out the left side of the roof, on jams. How is this different? Oct 15, 2015
Mike Robinson
Grand Junction, CO
Mike Robinson   Grand Junction, CO
The only difference is after the roof. Pull out left over the right-facing dihedral at the first crack after the roof, then follow slab to the top. Oct 23, 2015