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Routes in Nat's Three Star Roof

After Shock T 5.6 4c 14 V 12 S 4b
Around the World V0-1 4+
City Slicker V3 6A
Classic V3 6A
Deniro S 5.10- 6a 18 VI+ 18 E1 5a
Green Room, The V3 6A R
Landslide T 5.2 3 8 II 8 D 2c
Leavitation 69 V7 7A+
Nat's Three Star Roof T 5.11 6c+ 23 VIII- 23 E4 5c V3 6A
Packing the 9 aka Unnamed V3 Crack V3 6A
Roll Bones T 5.2 3 8 II 8 D 2c
Shell Shock T,TR 5.8 5b 16 VI- 15 HVS 4c
Spin to Win T 5.11 6c+ 23 VIII- 23 E4 5c V3 6A
Stealin M&Ms S V4- 6B
Tapeworm Roof V7 7A+
Unnamed Crack T 5.7+ 5a 15 V+ 13 MVS 4b V-easy 3
Wormhole, The T V5 6C
Type: Trad, Boulder, 30 ft
FA: Justin Edl and Vanessa Cassat, 2007
Page Views: 1,624 total, 13/month
Shared By: JNE on Jun 10, 2007
Admins: Mike Snyder, Leo Paik, John McNamee, Frances Fierst, Aeon Aki

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This is a thirty foot offwidth roof. It is really unique because you start about ten feet above the lip and then climb down and out. There is a very problematic rock at the start which makes the first ten feet a little contrived, and keeps this thing from being really classic. Start inverted on the far side of the problematic rock and climb all the way out, not topping out in the obvious pod/alcove.

For a cool 11+ eliminate, call the cracks in the alcove/low feet in the alcove/top of the alcove off, as well as any edges on the vertical face which is on the left when looking into the cave.


This is on the southern tip of the distinct formation to the east of Nats. There is a vary large boulder sitting apart from the formation, and this crack is in the small looking cave right by that boulder.


A couple of pads. There are some holes that you wouldn't want to fall into.


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Be careful here in the fall and/or spring. Coyotes live in the hole when it gets cold and fog comes in. Jun 14, 2007
Laramie, WY
Petsfed   Laramie, WY
This thing is long. You'd want a spotter just to keep moving the pads, but its mostly low enough to the ground that you can disengage from the crack fairly safely. The problem breaks down into 3 distinct sections, and stringing them together is daunting. There's the first offwidth, which is small enough for stacks until the little rabbit-hole for a decent rest, the second offwidth which is too wide for stacks until the very end, and then the final exit/topout, which could be a problem unto itself.

Also, first ascent, Justin Edl, like a few days ago. Jun 11, 2007