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Routes in Pratt's Rock aka Pratt's Overhang

Aerial Burial V3 6A
Crystal Corner V2+ 5+
Gill Swing V4 6B
Gully V0 4
Pratt's Mantle V2+ 5+
Pratt's Overhang V3 6A
Smith Overhang V8 7B
Smith Overhang Sit V10-11 8A
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Type: Boulder, 10 ft
FA: Bob Culp, 1961
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Shared By: Benjamin Colter on Oct 2, 2007
Admins: Leo Paik, John McNamee, Frances Fierst, Monty, Monomaniac

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This starts in the bottom, left corner on a juggy ledge. It then traverses up and right past a two finger pocket and some slopey crimps to a decent slopey rail. Then, throw up and left to a top ledge and mantle up. It requires some high feet and is a little sketchy, but it is well worth climbing.


The boulder is the one on the left that you pass on the way down to Monkey Traverse. It is right along the trail and is hard to miss.


A pad and spotter.


Will Sharp
Breck, CO
Will Sharp   Breck, CO
A fun variation that probably does not change the grade is to start on the same low start hold and dyno to the mantel lip, then finish the route normally. Jul 3, 2016
Cesar Valencia  
Nice problem with a hidden crimp to the left of the mantle shelf and one straight up for your right hand which eliminates the mantle. Jan 21, 2012
Bob Culp finally accomplished this route in the Spring of 1961. Apr 30, 2011
Chip Phillips
Broomfield, CO
Chip Phillips   Broomfield, CO
FA: Bob Culp, early 1960s ... Pratt's Rock was named after the legendary Chuck Pratt. Jan 23, 2011
Boulder, CO
pfwein   Boulder, CO
It's a rather different feel (and harder) if you do it "pure" mantel style compared to reaching up with right hand to the higher, rounded hold while working a semi-mantel with left hand. Good either way (and if doing pure mantel, can use either arm). Apr 24, 2009