Type: Sport, 65 ft
FA: Paul Heyliger, Greg Hand 2007
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Shared By: Aaron Martinuzzi on Sep 21, 2008 with updates from Ryan Becwar
Admins: Leo Paik, John McNamee, Frances Fierst, Monty, Monomaniac

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This route and the two to the left that share space on the farthest right side of the wall are nice easy routes. Straightforward climbing, good holds the whole way up.

Aisle 9 has a steep start with ledgy holds leading to easy ground on more nice ledges, with another short bulgy section right before the anchors. Start low and to the right of the first bolt for a bouldery problem to begin the route.


This route is the third line of bolts from the left on the main wall, i.e., down the ledge from the tree near the start of Fantastic Voyage.

Approach on the standard trail, but shoot up through some bushes/scree aiming for the right corner of the wall instead of bearing left to the taller routes.


6 bolts, 2-bolt anchor w/ chains.


Aaron Martinuzzi  
Name, FA, and rating info courtesy of Paul Heyliger. Sep 22, 2008
mattnorville Norv  
I think it is easier than the eight to the left. Cruz is near the beginning I would say. Oct 27, 2010
Super fun, relaxed climb. Easy and straightforward, and all the holds feel very solid. Sep 20, 2015
Tim Kessel
Fort Collins
Tim Kessel   Fort Collins
Great warm-up, good positive holds, and great rock. May 2, 2017
Ally Bloom  
2 quickdraws found on anchor bolts 6/25/2018. If you can tell me the color of tape on them, they are yours! Jun 26, 2018