Type: Trad, 50 ft
FA: Bob D'Antonio & Mark Hesse
Page Views: 1,452 total · 12/month
Shared By: El-Cisco on Sep 12, 2008
Admins: Leo Paik, John McNamee, Frances Fierst, Monty, Monomaniac

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Access Issue: Seasonal Raptor Closures January 1- July 31st Details

Description

Start right of the dihedral, finger jam to the angling crack. Leave the crack to the crux which is a short traverse to the small roof.

Location

Start on the dihedral directly to the right of the giant roof. There are some thorny bushes at the beginning of the climb.

Protection

Small camming units and wired stoppers. There are bolts and chains in good condition on top of the climb.

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Phil Lauffen
Innsbruck, AT
 
Phil Lauffen   Innsbruck, AT  
 
There is fantastic rock on this climb. I loved it! btw what is the climb just to climber's right? I would guess it goes at 5.10+? Jun 27, 2010
cslice
Longmont, CO
 
cslice   Longmont, CO
 
10a seemed about the right grade for this climb. It was definitely fun. I would caution those who want to toprope this though- the rope wears over a decently sharp edge. I would recommend building a long anchor over the edge of the roof before putting a bunch of people on this on TR. Jul 5, 2013
Robert Chappe
  5.10a
Robert Chappe  
  5.10a
Tons of fun, good for someone pushing into the 10s on trad. Decent pro most of the way. A little tough to find good pro near the roof, but 2-3 marginal placements are better than nothing.

I would also second cslice's comment about having some long cordage if you plan to top rope this one. Jun 18, 2016
AaronP
colorado springs co
 
AaronP   colorado springs co
 
Felt more sporty than a crack climb. Huge jugs on the roof, save a red Alien if you want to protect the roof moves. Fun climbing. May 22, 2018