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Routes in The Seven

Born to Run T 5.12 7b+ 27 VIII+ 26 E6 6b PG13
Type: Trad, 50 ft
FA: Colby Wayment and Eric Zschiesche
Page Views: 68 total, 1/month
Shared By: Colby Wayment on Nov 12, 2010
Admins: Andrew Gram, Perin Blanchard, grk10vq

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The obvious roof crack on the Seven. Better left (more fun) as a Top Rope problem, though it has been climbed on lead. If you do choose to lead it, realize that apparently perfect placements might rip out of the soft, fractured, crystalized cracks and fall at the lip may be bad.

Climb up to the crack (easy), make some painful jams (hard), crank the lip (crux 1) and follow the crack up the face. Two-thirds of the way, you'll encounter another, more technical, crux.


Can't miss it if you find the Seven.


Bring a looonngg cordelette for through over the lip on the bolts for the anchor. This rock could easily saw the sheath off of your rope if you don't get it running clean enough.

If you choose to lead it, you'll need a couple of #1 and #2 BD Camalots and one each .5 and .75 in addition to draws and runners.


This climb,.. is well worth the trip. Whether one opts for a rope from above or below, the variety of climbing encountered for a short route,.. is in a word,..astounding. It is appropriate, that local talent Colby Wayment bagged the FFA lead of this cool pitch. It is a fine addition to the fun and varied rock routes in the Ogden area. Nov 16, 2010
Mike Anderson
Colorado Springs, CO
Mike Anderson   Colorado Springs, CO
Great job Colby, that thing looks sick! Nov 15, 2010