Type: Sport, 100 ft
FA: Stewart Green and Martha Morris, March 4, 2007
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Shared By: Dan Petty on Nov 3, 2010
Admins: Leo Paik, John McNamee, Frances Fierst, Monty, Monomaniac

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Climb 80 feet of slab to a small, arching overlap. Step over the arch and continue up 20 more feet of slab.

Walk off to the left via a fourth class gully.


This is between Water Witch on the left and Cedar Slab on the right.


4 bolts and a fixed pin to a 2 bolt anchor.


Rob Davies UK
Cheshire, UK
Rob Davies UK   Cheshire, UK
Our introduction to South Platte slab grades. 5.6 here which seems very stiff compared to other areas, 5.7 in the Colorado guide, but would probably rate UK 5b on the Etive Slabs (i.e. 5.9+), albeit without bolts! Oct 16, 2011
First ascent Stewart Green and Martha Morris, March 4, 2007. Jul 10, 2014
rob bauer
Golden, CO
rob bauer   Golden, CO
No pin that I could see. Optional pro might be a 0.4 and a #2 Camalot to shorten the higher runouts? Feb 14, 2015
Jay Eggleston
Jay Eggleston   Denver
I also did not see a pin. There are a few cracks for protection though and you can back up the single anchor bolt by placing a #4 Camalot with a long sling a bit higher. Sep 7, 2015
Ralph Kolva
Pine, CO
Ralph Kolva   Pine, CO
This route now has a 2 bolt anchor, thanks to the generous person that upgraded these anchors. Apr 10, 2016
Taylor R
Denver, CO
Taylor R   Denver, CO
I think this route deserves a little more credit than most have given. A bit runout (without extra pro) but a lot of variety packed into a little climb. Face to finger crack to layback to hand crack. I found it quite enjoyable. Two bolts make for a nice rap with a 60m rope. Apr 3, 2017