Type: Trad, 175 ft, 2 pitches Fixed Hardware (2)
FA: Larry and Roger Dalke, 1966, FFA: P1, Bearshears, Erickson, Wunsch, 1976, FFA: P2, John Allen, 1981.
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Shared By: bhoran Horan on Jan 3, 2009
Admins: Leo Paik, John McNamee, Frances Fierst, Monty, Monomaniac

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Description

Located within the Sidewall Area, left, north of Sooberb, Sidewall and just left of False Prophet. Climb over the bulge into the right-facing corner, 5.11, up to a nice belay ledge with two bolts. The second, crux pitch, follows the thin crack in the overhanging headwall, 5.12c, to wall above, face and crack climb to the tree belay set-up.

Location

Located within the Sidewall Area, left, north of Sooberb, Sidewall and just left of False Prophet.

Protection

Small wires and Friends, some fixed pins.

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Joseph Crotty
Broomfield, CO
  5.12b PG13
Joseph Crotty   Broomfield, CO
  5.12b PG13
Note, currently, there is no fixed pin protecting the crux second pitch finger crack/roof. A mix of small cams and nuts works nicely. The R rating is unwarranted as there is just enough modern gear to keep things under control. Jan 3, 2009
Rob Kepley
Westminster,CO
  5.12 R
Rob Kepley   Westminster,CO
  5.12 R
Yeah, no pin at the crux but really not needed. Small cams will do nicely. Get on this and feel the gravity tugging at you! Jan 18, 2009
Steven Lucarelli
Moab, UT
  5.12c
Steven Lucarelli   Moab, UT
  5.12c
This route rules! It took me a while to get the redpoint but I was always motivated to get back on it because it's so good. I'd still get back on it even after the redpoint. Thanks for the belays Rob, Joe, John and Carrie! Jan 31, 2009