Type: Sport, 50 ft
FA: Tommy Caldwell, 1995
Page Views: 207 total · 2/month
Shared By: Jonathan Siegrist on Jun 20, 2009
Admins: Leo Paik, John McNamee, Frances Fierst, Monty, Monomaniac

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Description

Start on a right-facing slab and plug a large-ish cam in the corner (#1 or #1.5). Climb through moderate terrain, clipping two bolts and getting established on an overlap. From here, the crux begins and trends right towards the third bolt. A couple options exist, all involving crimps and a dynamic snatch. Continue to chains through 15 ft of easier, but still relatively difficult stone.

This is a fun route, and it's close to town. Definitely save it for that half day when you can't quite make the hike to the mega crags.

Location

This is to the right of 'The Damage Done' and to the left of 'Momentary Lapse of Ethics'.

Protection

7 QDs, a cam (around #1-#2 ish).

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Nathan Welton
Estes Park, CO
  5.13b
Nathan Welton   Estes Park, CO
  5.13b
5.9 to a rest, then a four or five move V8 that's crimpy and sharp, to a enormous jug, to 5.11. The crux sequence is fierce, powerful and elegant, and ends with a sick deadpoint. Quite enjoyable! Sep 25, 2011
Dr. Thompson Jr. Jr.
Estes Park, Colorado
Dr. Thompson Jr. Jr.   Estes Park, Colorado
Under Location for this route, it says right of "Damage Done" and left of "Momentary lapse of Ethics". To my knowledge, that is not accurate. M.L.E is left of Temple. Damage Done is right of Temple. Aug 19, 2012