Type: Trad, 210 ft, 2 pitches
FA: unknown
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Shared By: Kevin O'Connor on Jan 4, 2011
Admins: Justin Johnsen, Kyle Stapp, SCPC

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P1: Climb the obvious roof crack that traverses the wall just to the right of the cave. Climb to the end of the roof and pull over the roof following the crack straight up to a small tree below a ledge, belay from the ledge. 60ft.

P2: Climb up and angle left across the grassy gully. Past the gully reach an arete and follow that up right towards the large pine tree. Cross under the left side of the pine tree and up another face to the summit, belay from the a rock pinnacle at the summit. 150ft.


15' right of the cave start at the two large trees. Climb the face up into the crack.


Nuts, Camalots .75-4


Tyrel Fuller
Denver, CO
Tyrel Fuller   Denver, CO
You boys aren't old enough to claim the first ascent on that. It has been climbed before you were even born. Jan 27, 2011
Kevin O'Connor
Jacksonville, AR
Kevin O'Connor   Jacksonville, AR
Do you have any other history on the route than that? Feb 5, 2011
Tyrel Fuller
Denver, CO
Tyrel Fuller   Denver, CO
Well at the very least I climbed it three years ago and I know of others who have climbed it back in the 80s. There are several routes that tackle the roof head on in a more direct style as well; the ones that come to mind are Hugh's roof, Milt's roof, Waiting for a train, and Hard Times. Feb 18, 2011