Type: Sport, 55 ft (17 m)
FA: Andrew Bisharat, 2009
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Shared By: Taylor Roy on Mar 22, 2009
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Birdman features great rock, a cool position, amazing movement, and a heartbreaking crux at the anchors.

Starting off a ledge, move up and left under a roof and commit to the steep wavy wall above. Consistently harder moves on pockets, pinches, and edges leads to a decent rest below the extended crux section. With you power fading, push past sculpted slopers, and pinches to a very unique finish in shallow scoop.

This may be one of the best 13a's in Colorado!

Also, for anyone allergic to bees, BEWARE, there is a huge bee hive on the roof to the right about 50 feet away.


This route starts about 50 feet up on the left side of the main Puoux Wall. Look for a fixed line that leads to an belay anchor below the route. Rappel to get down.


Bolts and two anchors with chains. A 60 meter rope.