Type: Sport, 110 ft
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Shared By: Rob Davies UK on Oct 16, 2010
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Access Issue: Seasonal Raptor Closures January 1- July 31st Details


The route is listed as Route #6 in the text of the Stewart Green Colorado guide (new edition, p. 336), but in the diagram on page 337, it lies between Route #6 & Route #7.


This is a bolted line between Face Value and Cheryl's Peril, following the bolts just right of Face Value to start, then moving further right. Start right of the blocks, slightly right of where Face Value starts.


9 bolts to double bolt anchors.


Rob Davies UK
Cheshire, UK
Rob Davies UK   Cheshire, UK
Originally I added this climb to the MP database, though I now realize that I had actually climbed Face Value! Description above is now correct, allowing for the mislabelling of route numbers in Stewart Green guide. Miss Wyoming is distinctly harder than the two neighboring routes. Oct 10, 2015
Calla Thompson
Denver, Colorado
Calla Thompson   Denver, Colorado
Definitely worth marking the middle of your 60 rope (I read the tip too late), our 60m didn't quite cut it. Oct 18, 2015
Arlo F Niederer
Colorado Springs, CO
Arlo F Niederer   Colorado Springs, CO
Very nice route.

I felt there were three cruxes - one smearing, one crystal climbing, and one mantel.

The bottom 1/3 is smooth, smearing granite, the middle third is a pegmatite with crystals, and the last 1/3 is highly featured granite the same as the top of Face Value.

It is thoughtfully bolted. However, the starting moves are thin and balancy with a bad tumble down the slab to the ground 15 feet lower.

I stick clip the first bolt!

60m will easily get you to the top of the boulder at the base - my rope is bi-colored so no question where the middle is.

70m gets you back to the ground - just.

9 bolts plus the anchors. Jul 4, 2016
Ben D.
  5.9+ PG13
Ben D.   Colorado
  5.9+ PG13
A beautiful and fun face climb and fairly sustained. I gave it a PG-13, because the opening move to the first bolt was a little spicy, and if you came off before clipping, it could be a pretty good tumble down the ramp. Also, a 70m rope gets you up and down this from the dirt, as opposed to belaying from the top of the ramp/boulder.

As other's have stated, Stewart Green's Rock Climbing Colorado inaccurately labels this climb (as well as Face Value, Counter Strike, Moby Grape, and Original Sin). It's not a big deal if you are comfortable at 5.9 as almost all the routes on this section of rock climb about the same. However, if you go up to what Green's book labels as Face Value expecting to warm up on an easy .9, you'll be in for a little surprise! Aug 29, 2016