Type: Trad, 70 ft
FA: Ben Boykin, 10/14/2010
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Shared By: Ben Boykin on Oct 19, 2010
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Access Issue: Dirt roads reopened as of June 2014 Details


A thin start (bolt) leads to the shelf. Climb the initial offwidth crack (crux), and continue upwards as the difficulty moderates. This may be harder for short people (like yours truly), 70 feet.

Although there is a bolt to protect the start, this is most definitely a trad route.


This route is in the middle of the wall. Descend from bolted anchors on alternate routes at the top.


Hand-sized through #6 Camalots. Belay at the gap at the top with a long sling through the king-sized chockstone, and a few finger-sized stoppers.
Ben Boykin
Cheyenne, WY
Ben Boykin   Cheyenne, WY
I sure would like a consensus grading on this. I have discovered that I tend to rate things by standards I learned elsewhere. Jim Donini told me that grades are grades, defined by the local consensus. So I would appreciate your input. I'm not infallible, and I'm certainly not absolute. Besides, I have learned that I can certainly be incorrect. Thanks. Sep 21, 2012