Type: Sport, 70 ft
FA: Richard Wright, Mark & Scott Tarrant
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Shared By: Nate Adams on Jul 9, 2007
Admins: Alvaro Arnal, Leo Paik, John McNamee, Frances Fierst, Monty, Monomaniac

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Start in a small, right-facing corner; it is excellent.


This is the second route from the left.


8 bolts.


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chris deulen
Castle Rock
chris deulen   Castle Rock
Crimpy as hell, and sandbagged in my opinion (unless you're from the East Coast). Sep 3, 2007
Scott Miller
Denver, CO
Scott Miller   Denver, CO
Nice. We did this at the end of our day as a warm down, and got worn down. Sep 7, 2009
Ken Kisiel
Ken Kisiel  
10c seemed accurate to me. Best 5.10 at Lime Creek passing over incredible rock. Be ready for more than one crux. Keeps you on your toes and fingertips. Sep 21, 2012
Mike Bannister
Mike Bannister  
Everything Ken said. Great route with several different types of climbing. Not that crimpy if you do it right. Sep 8, 2013
Hansen Wendlandt
Hansen Wendlandt  
This is a beautiful climb, so nicely sustained, with some delicate sequences that demand thought, balance and finger strength. However, without a doubt, this was the hardest 10c I've ever touched. We felt it was about the same difficulty, if not harder, than the 11c next door (which, for whatever our opinion counts, seemed like a soft 11b). The crux is way intimidating on lead, even if you're comfortable leading higher grade, crimpy routes. Jul 5, 2014