Type: Sport
FA: Rick Thompson, Pat Phompson
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Shared By: Ashley Gann on Apr 9, 2008
Admins: Leo Paik, John McNamee, Frances Fierst, Monty, Monomaniac

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Description

Follow same line as Ol' Four Seven, but keep right in the big flake reaching left to clip. It is a little run out to the anchors for a beginner 5.7 leader. Rappel down if possible, sharp ledge at the top will eat your rope. A TR is not suggested!

Location

It is directly left of Black Slabbeth.

Protection

4 bolts to a 2 bolt anchor. This shares an anchors with Amiga.

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Steve Knapp
Highlands Ranch, CO
  5.7
Steve Knapp   Highlands Ranch, CO
  5.7
Follow the flake, this is a fun moderate lead. Perhaps a little spicy at the grade with a bit of a runout in the middle. This route is also an easy bailout option for OL'47. It can be toproped most easily from the Black Sabbeth anchors higher and to the right. The advantage to that is you can get about 20 feet of more good moderate climbing in what would be a very runout section on lead. Nov 22, 2008
Matt Layne
Aspen, CO
 
Matt Layne   Aspen, CO
 
Ok moves along the flake, but it feels squished between 2 routes. I'm pretty sure that from the flake, you can actually touch the bolts to both sides. The runout up top is no problem. We extended the draws at the anchors and the drag wasn't bad.
Oct 9, 2012
jamesm
Canon City, Co
  5.7
jamesm   Canon City, Co
  5.7
A fun climb, a good bail out for Ol' 47. Apr 21, 2014
Southpaw
  5.8-
Southpaw  
  5.8-
Thought the bolts were pretty run out for a 5.7 climb. First bolt was kind of tricky. Jun 1, 2014