Type: Trad
FA: T. Perkins, 1997
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Shared By: courtney.vogt on Jul 9, 2008
Admins: Alvaro Arnal, Leo Paik, John McNamee, Frances Fierst, Monty, Monomaniac

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Climb to the large ledge and then follow the crack in the left facing corner to chains. A direct start on the crack to gain the ledge is 5.9.


2nd established climb on the wall, towards the left side.


Small- to mid-sized cams and nuts. Easiest if you have triples of certain sizes - or else get creative! Anchors with chains.


RIck Norman
Glenwood springs, co
RIck Norman   Glenwood springs, co
Super short, but if you stick to the crack, real fun. Oct 30, 2010
Andy W
Fort Collins, CO
Andy W   Fort Collins, CO
Didn't feel direct start is 5.9, just a stiff 5.8 move with a great hand jam, highly recommended. Single rack 0.3-2 is fine, doubles in 0.4-0.75 to sew it up. Aug 7, 2017