Type: Sport, 60 ft
FA: Carrie and Bob Robertson, John Fogg, Mark Hesse, 2010
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Shared By: Bill Olszewski on Jan 23, 2011
Admins: Leo Paik, John McNamee, Frances Fierst, Monty, Monomaniac

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This route starts near a corner. Head up the black rock on the right side of the corner, on easy holds, to a crack system in the corner. Work the crack and the blocky corner to a ledge. Clip the next bolt and fire up the headwall to the anchor ledge. If there is a crux to this climb, that was it, but to me it felt fairly consistent throughout. Rappel to descend.


This one is located about 10’ to the right of Dillinger.


7 bolts, bolt anchor.


Colorado Springs
mountainmicah83   Colorado Springs
What is the route to the right of this with the orange rope in that picture? Feb 22, 2011
Bill Olszewski
Colorado Springs, CO
Bill Olszewski   Colorado Springs, CO
Micah, that would be Knot Too Many Roaches. Apr 5, 2011
Jordan Hirro
Colorado Springs/Carbondale
Jordan Hirro   Colorado Springs/Carbondale
Another great warmup to avoid the crowds! Hardly ever see anybody over here. Maybe a little hard for 5.8 but still fun! Nov 4, 2013
Arlo F Niederer
Colorado Springs, CO
Arlo F Niederer   Colorado Springs, CO
Fun, straightforward climbing up steep rock. Jan 2, 2016
Moving the anchors about 3 feet right would keep the rope from running into the little sappy tree on rappel/cleaning and rope-pulling. Dec 5, 2016
Mark Says
Aspen, CO
Mark Says   Aspen, CO
We didn't have any issues with the tree climbing this route. Good moves, felt easier than Pretty Boy Floyd (.7 a few feet to the right). Aug 22, 2017
Tim Stich
Colorado Springs, Colorado
Tim Stich   Colorado Springs, Colorado
Thanks to the endless throngs of people toproping this route, the right hand welded eye at the anchor is now significantly worn through. Dec 17, 2018