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Shared By: Caleb Phillips on Jan 23, 2010
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RAIN AND WET ROCK The sandstone in Red Rocks is fragile and is very easily damaged when it is wet. Details
Be sure to park along the paved road, and NOT on the private driveways! Details


Sit start on the left-most jug of the main juggy-cave-thing area. Traverse right on big happy jugs (yay!). At the corner, starting climbing up. Make a big throw from an undercling thingie to a big incut jug out on the arete. Alternately, try a scary feeling-cross off a shallow half-tips pocket. After attaining the incut jug, climb fairly directly up on big holds.


Line is fairly obvious me thinks. Topout is just left of the hard classic stuff (V6-8). Don't fall on any skinny V8 climbers ;).


Crashpad. Maybe a spotter for the topout and/or the crux move.
In the book this is the namesake problem of the boulder, "Monkey Bar" Jan 19, 2017
Brant Rogers
Lebanon, Oregon
Brant Rogers   Lebanon, Oregon
Good v2 roof problem, don't get many chances to climb these outside. Mar 31, 2014

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