Type: Sport, 75 ft
FA: unknown
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Shared By: Chris Perkins on Jan 24, 2009
Admins: Leo Paik, John McNamee, Frances Fierst, Monty, Monomaniac

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Continue East down the trail from the "Lats Wall" a few lines past "Christmas Tree" you will find a bolted blunt arete climb just left of "Child's Play." Shares finish with "Mr. Fred" 9 bolts Lower from anchors.


Cactus Cliff.


9 bolts.


Andy Hansen
Longmont, CO
Andy Hansen   Longmont, CO
I found that if you stay to the right on the arete that this climb will feel more like 10a or so. Apr 24, 2010
Tim Stich
Colorado Springs, Colorado
Tim Stich   Colorado Springs, Colorado
Not a great route but worth doing as a warm-up or to add a pitch. The only difficult part is the very end. Nov 18, 2012
Brian Smith
Boulder, CO
Brian Smith   Boulder, CO
This is a pretty fun one-hit-wonder. Climb through the first three or four bolts on really easy, juggy rock. The crux and really the only moderate move of the whole route comes at the bulge about mid-way up the crack system.

Stem, smear, or muscle your way over the bulge to the next bolt, and cruise the rest of the crack to the anchors. Feb 16, 2016
Evan Crumpecker
Colorado Springs
Evan Crumpecker   Colorado Springs
The D'antonio book lists the trad climb to the left of Kodachrome as Mr. Fred, 5.9+. It shares anchors with Kodachrome and makes for a decent toprope with a fun move coming out from beneath the mini-roof, if you're into that kind of thing. Most of the crack felt much easier up to that point, so kind of a one move wonder as well. Mar 10, 2016