Type: Trad, 185 ft, 2 pitches
FA: Paul Ross Patrick Moe 8th November 2009
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Shared By: USBRIT Ross on Nov 11, 2009
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Another single pitch route on the Berghaus Wall area.A pleasant groove and crack climb with natural protection.
P1.Up the slab to the groove that leads to double anchors below the Crack. 5.5 85'
P2)The crack ,exit right a few feet from the top to double anchors. 5.9+ 100.
Descent . With one 60m rope rap to top of P1 then to ground.


Three Fingers Canyon . Walk through the canyon and hike up the talus on the right for about 400 yards to below the obvious left facing corner crack.


Camalots from .5 to # 5. Extra #3 and #4's. Slings, one 60m rope if done in two pitches.
Stephen Carlos Rydalch
Golden, CO
Stephen Carlos Rydalch   Golden, CO
This route can easily take 3 #3 camalots and 2 #4's, along with the #5 Paul already notes. If you want to keep sewing it up, you'll need something really big (#3 Big Bro or higher) for the top part that turns into a chimney, but that part is on easy ground. Feb 26, 2010