Type: Trad, Aid, 1500 ft, 10 pitches, Grade V
FA: Tyler Overby and Chris Harkness
Page Views: 487 total · 4/month
Shared By: claytown on Apr 1, 2009
Admins: Camster (Rhymes with Hamster), Tony Yeary

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Description from the topo I saw:

P1. 50m. 5.9. Double crack in left facing corner to OW.

P2. 50m. 5.9. Offwidth to anchor with bolt.

P3. 30m. 5.10 A2. "Chockstone Overhang"

P4. 35m. 5.8 A2. Flaring crack/seam with 1 bolt at the belay.

P5. 60m. 5.8 A2. Narrow dihedral / chimney groove with tiny gear in back.

P6. 60m. 5.9 A2+. Follow cracks (left facing?). Probably better to split into 2 pitches.

P7. 30m 5.8 A2. Continue up.

P8. 60m. 5.8 A2. Continue up.

P9. 60m. 5.7

P10. 30m. 5.7.

Grade IV to the summit.


Pared la Paz. Pretty mush straight up the middle. Locate the clean double cracks in a left facing corner to offwidth for pitch 1 (one crack is hands, the other is fingers).


Double rack of nuts and cams plus aid gear. Beaks, pins, hooks and every offset piece you have


Boulder, CO
5.10 A2
claytown   Boulder, CO
5.10 A2
Route was originally called The Skeptic Epic and then renamed Apr 9, 2009
thanks for posting the route. Jun 21, 2009