Type: Boulder, 15 ft
FA: Bob Horan??
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Shared By: Luke Childers on Jul 9, 2009
Admins: Leo Paik, John McNamee, Frances Fierst, Monty, Monomaniac

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Start on the North/East arete. Power onto the arete and climb the right side crimps up onto small foot placements (don't slip!!). Continue past a small arete pinch to better lay-back holds on the left side of the arete. Slap your way up to the spooky final moves. This is exciting all the way and trickier than it looks!!!


This is located in the "Work and Play Area." Walk WEST and slightly uphill by about 50 or so yards and you will see this tall striking arete. This is a great line with some thoughtful moves up high.


Pads and a spot.

Getting There.

From the 1st parking lot find the "Sisters Trail" and follow it all the way to the "Work And Play" area's WEST SIDE boulders. Most of the WEST SIDE boulders are visible from certain point's on the "Sisters Trial."


Sean Wolf
Denver, CO
Sean Wolf   Denver, CO
Definitely a classic. Jul 21, 2009
Luke Childers
Luke Childers  
There are a few new possible lines on this block and I don't think they have been done yet!!! I know I've eyed a least two really nice lines that no know seems to look much at because they came for the classic "Guiding Light!!!" But I think the future of this block holds more than just the on classic for sure.... May 14, 2010
bhoran Horan
Boulder, CO
bhoran Horan   Boulder, CO
Yes. May 16, 2014
Really fun problem! Lots of leg compression needed to keep the feet engaged at the beginning. Good holds toward the topout. Mar 19, 2018
Mark Vigil
Boring, OR
Mark Vigil   Boring, OR
Where does everyone start it? I started with a right hand on a crimp and a left hand on the arete, it felt the most V3. Apr 4, 2018