Type: Boulder, Alpine, 15 ft
FA: Doug Mckee
Page Views: 2,710 total · 23/month
Shared By: Monomaniac on Jul 24, 2009 with updates from Bogdan P
Admins: Leo Paik, John McNamee, Frances Fierst, Monty, Monomaniac

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Access Issue: Most of these boulders are within the Mt Evans Wilderness Area, regulated & patrolled by the US. Details

Description

If burly moves on big slopers isn’t your idea of a warmup, this excellent thin slab is the perfect remedy. This line faces northeast, and is secluded from the hoards lined up to climb the Ladder. The landing is perfect, and the line is long enough to keep you interested but nowhere near highball. Follow the line of brushed crimps to an easy mantle at the top of the wall.

Location

This line is located on the Ladder Boulder, but on the opposite face from the Ladder. Approach as for the Ladder, but continue along the trail, staying right at the fork, around to the opposite side.

Protection

The landing is flat. One large pad is enough.

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Chip Phillips
Broomfield, CO
 
Chip Phillips   Broomfield, CO
 
Last of the Ohitians V0/1. FA: one of the Ohio crew =) Jul 27, 2009
Chip Phillips
Broomfield, CO
 
Chip Phillips   Broomfield, CO
 
FA: Doug Mckee. Dec 11, 2009