Type: Trad, 55 ft
FA: Woody Delp, 6/91
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Shared By: Erik Pohlman on Apr 20, 2008
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20 foot crack with some face holds to small left arching roof. Head back right after pulling through and climb the next roof crack above. A few steps more on 3rd class lead to the anchors.


Near the left end of the area, this climb is near the walkdown gully. On the left of this gully is a flat boulder under an overhanging sport route. This is the first crack line left around the corner.


Pro to 3", 2 bolt anchor.


Austin Piper
Denver, CO
Austin Piper   Denver, CO
Cool route. Worth doing if you are in the Outback. Didn't place anything bigger than a .75. Oct 24, 2010
Vincent Hamblin
New Orleans, LA
Vincent Hamblin   New Orleans, LA
Anchor bolts wobble about 3/16 of an inch, not sure if they just need to be re-tightened or what...use the pine tree to the right of the anchors. Jan 3, 2012
If this route was a little taller, I'd give it four stars. Jan 2, 2016
K Hill
Denver, CO
K Hill   Denver, CO
It seems as if someone has tightened or replaced the anchor bolts now as they do not wobble at all Jun 4, 2016