Type: Sport, 60 ft
FA: Rob Hanson, late '80s
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Shared By: Tom Hanson on Nov 7, 2008
Admins: Leo Paik, John McNamee, Frances Fierst, Monty, Monomaniac

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Access Issue: Seasonal Raptor Closures Details

Description

This is a deceiving climb that looks like a slab but overhangs.

Protection

Eight bolts to the anchor.

Location

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Brother Numsie
AnCapistan
  5.10d
Brother Numsie   AnCapistan
  5.10d
More like .10d. Mar 15, 2009
Tom Hanson
  5.10d
Tom Hanson  
  5.10d
Hi Mike,
No argument from me here. Maybe even 11a unless you avoid the crux. Mar 16, 2009
Brother Numsie
AnCapistan
  5.10d
Brother Numsie   AnCapistan
  5.10d
This route has the weirdest optical illusion. From the ground, it looks like a 85* slab, but it actually overhangs about 3 feet in 40. Jul 10, 2011
Kevin Neilson
Boulder
Kevin Neilson   Boulder
This route is at almost at the far right end of The Dungeon. It's right of "Where the Wild Things Are" and left of "Stocking Stuffer". It is a bit overbolted and so covered in lichen that it looks as if it has never been climbed since the FA. It is worth doing, though, and has a challenging crux. The move right off the ground can be a little challenging.
Loc: 39˚20.983'N 104˚45.566'W Alt:6540' goo.gl/maps/l0hL2 Jun 10, 2012
mikeross
Boston, MA
  5.10b
mikeross   Boston, MA
  5.10b
Felt soft to me for a .10d. This, plus a ton of bolts, would make this a good climb for someone looking to lead their first 10+. Aug 11, 2012