Type: Sport, 115 ft
FA: unknown
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Shared By: 1Eric Rhicard on May 13, 2011
Admins: Luke Bertelsen, JJ Schlick, Greg Opland

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Access Issue: Portions of the approach and cliffs of this area are on private land. Details


This is an amazing pitch requiring a 70M rope. Cool moves at two overhangs and thought provoking cruxes between them.


This is the leftmost route on the right side of the main face of Rough Rider Wall, just before the big ledge that breaks up the left end of the whole wall. A couple of routes left of the Riddler.




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Three stars not four. Still a great climb. When that brick size hold comes off, which it will, the belayer better be paying attention. FA guy should remove it or glue it before someone gets hurt. May 25, 2011
1Eric Rhicard
1Eric Rhicard   Tucson
Loose hold was cleaned off the route by Dominic and Scott. May 26, 2011
What's the deal with that micro-wave flake/block with 3 bolts in it? Is it bolted into the wall? I sure hope so. Jan 9, 2012

it's about as bolted to a wall as any block could be. Jan 10, 2012
David Stephens
Superior AZ/Spokane WA
David Stephens   Superior AZ/Spokane WA
A Safety note: "staying on route is key to not getting hurt, as rock fall is not uncommon on lesser-trafficked routes." Jan 11, 2012
1Eric Rhicard
1Eric Rhicard   Tucson
If it looks like crap don't pull on it. I say this knowing that folks expect new routes to be cleaned up to the point that no one will be killed or seriously hurt if rock does come off. If it is big (softball) and looks like it might come off take it off. I have made the mistake of thinking I might not be able to climb a route without the hold so I leave it.

Clean it make it safe. Oops, I will get off the pulpit now. Jan 14, 2012
Littleton, CO
Hendrixson   Littleton, CO
This route is fabulous -- one of my favorites on Rough Rider. Get on it!

I noticed no loose rock. There is a rock that has been reinforced with bolts, which while odd, seems solid.

After some delay the route has been named "One With Everything" by the first ascentionist, Scott Ayers. The name is an indication that this route has it all: delicate face climbing, two small roofs that are surmounted, and stemming in corners. It also references tranquility and pizza. Apr 8, 2012