Type: Sport, 75 ft
FA: Reggie Slavens and Bob Robertson
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Shared By: sesser125 on Feb 23, 2009
Admins: Leo Paik, John McNamee, Frances Fierst, Monty, Monomaniac

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This fine crack is located directly in the center of the 2150 Wall and starts behind the tree at the base. I believe the crux comes during the first half of the climb. Start up the blocky broken alcove to a hand jam on the right side. I reached the flake to the right to gain, what I thought could be loose, good ledge. From here, a couple of fingerlocks reaches some good jams above. Continue climbing easier, but steep and somewhat continuous, ground to the top. Be ready for a couple of plants growing out of the crack near the top as well. There are no anchors at the top, so I traversed left to the anchors of Stick It, though one could continue up and belay off a tree. Walk off to the east (climber's right).


This route is located in the center of the 2150 wall. It can easily be seen from the road.


Standard rack to #3.5 Camalot.

Per Reggie Slavens: the route now has 8 bolts plus a two bolt anchor (Metolius rings).

Per Nick Berndsen: the 4th bolt is loose and moves. Beware!


The route now has 8 bolts plus a two bolt anchor (Metolius rings).

The loose block at the top of the flake has been removed. Nov 16, 2015
The 4th bolt (maybe 3rd) on "Ripped" on The 2150 Wall is loose as of 11/27/2016. The hanger spins and the bolt moves up and down if it's not weighted. This bolt protects the crux. We bailed on a quicklink on that bolt. Nov 30, 2016
Adam Block
Colorado Springs, CO
Adam Block   Colorado Springs, CO
Not so fun on gear. The crack peters in and out and varies in rock quality a lot. Clip the bolts, and just enjoy the moves. Dec 21, 2016
Phil Cuntsler
Phil Cuntsler   Arkansas
Fun route, definitely worth a lap or two. Didn't notice any loose hangers/bolts as of today. Jul 12, 2018