Type: Trad, 30 ft
FA: Menendez, Crill, Caylor, Gallagher?
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Shared By: Leo Paik on Jan 6, 2009
Admins: Leo Paik, John McNamee, Frances Fierst, Monty, Monomaniac

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Access Issue: Rim Rock Trail Closure Details


This is the second from the right most route in the main Quarry Wall area. It ascends a slightly awkward hands-to-fist size cracks where your elbows or shoulders seem to get in the way. Some may feel the rating a bit stiff, but apparently some solo the route (not me).

If you set up an anchor up and left, you can TR the challenging Offwidth Bulge to the left.


This is the 2nd climb from the right. It goes up to the left side to the thin block above. It is just left of The Mummy.


Cams #0.75 to #3.5 (old size) Camalots work. A belay is a bit challenging to find. You can belay above the Offwidth Bulge with #0.5, 0.75, 1, 4 (old size) Camalots.


Wayne Crill
an Altered State
Wayne Crill   an Altered State
This is a great little warm-up. Really a high-quality nice problem, for the little scrappy stuff here. It's probably worthy of two stars (especially since I gave "The Bowels" a star -it's cool!). Jimmy Menendez is the one who first brought us out here in 2003/04 I think, he, Kevin, Hank, and I soloed or led all these fun little scrappers around that point in time, I think I even had names for them at one point? Cool to see people getting after this fun little stuff.

The left side of this column is a really fun scrappy overhanging offwidth, Vedauwoo-esque, an exciting problem. Jan 13, 2009
J. Thompson
denver, co
J. Thompson   denver, co
This is a really fun, really short climb!

josh Sep 23, 2009
Doug Redosh
Golden, CO
Doug Redosh   Golden, CO
One can TR this climb from the anchors on The Mummy, with a #2 Camalot for a directional, then climb the left side of the Mummy for a fun 5.9+. Nov 18, 2009
Dave Clark 5.10
Golden, CO
Dave Clark 5.10   Golden, CO
Short, strenuous shoulder squeeze problem made this feel like 5.9, but probably 5.8 for those smarter than I. Continuing up left edge arete to top of Mummy was harder (10a?), but considerably more elegant. Nov 23, 2009