Type: Trad, Sport, 80 ft
FA: Jeff Woods
Page Views: 3,337 total · 27/month
Shared By: e Dixon on Aug 28, 2008
Admins: Leo Paik, John McNamee, Frances Fierst, Monty, Monomaniac

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Description

Start just to the right of Finding Forester. Climb past some bolts to a short section of crack then through a bulge and up the face past more bolts to a fixed anchor at the top.

Location

This is the third route upstream from the fixed rope.

Protection

Bolts & #1 Camalot.

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lance hadfield
tijeras
 
lance hadfield   tijeras
 
This is a great warm-up. I don't know why there is a bolt in a hollow flake. Would people mind if I moved it about a foot to the left? I love climbing at the Lemon, and this climb is one of the good ones. You should climb this to get a taste of the west side! Oct 4, 2009
ozman
CO / NM
 
ozman   CO / NM
 
Definitely worth three stars. Fun route. Jul 7, 2011
Jim Meyer
  5.10a
Jim Meyer  
  5.10a
Now the third route down from the rope. SUPER fun, casual climb. Mar 12, 2012
Mary Pero  
 
While on lead, a large boulder fell off and hit me in the head. It happened on 4/6/18. It cracked my helmet. I had to get surgery for my neck. The boulder was a size of a mini-fridge. Me and my belayer will be Ok. The section that is a ledge is new and where the boulder dislodged. Please be mindful, and wear a helmet while on lead and toprope, and have your belayer wear a helmet. I visited today 6/3, and the block below the new ledge looks separated from the main wall. Please be on the look out this route may need to be cleaned. Jun 3, 2018
Matthias Holladay
Shiprock, Navajolands
Matthias Holladay   Shiprock, Navajolands
TALK ABOUT CHOSS....

FIRST ASCENTIONISTS MUST KNOW HOW TO CLEAN ROUTES PROPERLY.
IF IT IS SUSPECT, TRUNDLE IT!
IF IT REQUIRES A PRYBAR, USE IT! Jun 4, 2018
The first half of this route is now much different. I rappelled it and pulled all the loose stuff I could off, which was a lot. The big block that makes up the right side of the crack is still there but fully avoidable. I added two bolts a bit to the left of the crack as a little sport variation. I climbed up this variation and never touched the crack or block at all. At the base of the crack, grab the sidepull flake, and head up and left. The upper half is still the same. It didn't seem to change the grade that much, but who knows, maybe .10 instead of .10-? Oct 12, 2018