Type: Sport, 55 ft
FA: Lee Sheftel
Page Views: 1,467 total · 12/month
Shared By: abc on Sep 1, 2008
Admins: Alvaro Arnal, Leo Paik, John McNamee, Frances Fierst, Monty, Monomaniac

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Description

This is a well-protected slab route.

Location

This is the last route in the Ruckman, but it is not really in the Ruckman. The easiest way to find the route is to walk up the road from the Ruckman parking lot for about 100 meters. Once the stream goes under the road, go up road a few more feet until you see a small talus field. Go up this field until it turns into some faint trails heading to the base of the route. The base is quite steep.

Protection

Several bolts with lowering anchors.

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Dinosaur  
 
Very steep and slippery belay area. Watch out if it's muddy. If you get too far right, you will encounter some loose, bowling ball-sized rocks that could crush your belayer. Be careful. Jul 27, 2009
davedad
Carbondale, CO
davedad   Carbondale, CO
Fun and sunny with a new belay platform (thanks for the work in this). Great moderate. Oct 20, 2012
Peter J. Beyel
Glenwood Springs
 
Peter J. Beyel   Glenwood Springs
 
Anyone have any info on the route to the right of Supre Guide at the bottom of the platform steps? Did Lee put it up as well? May 22, 2013