Type: Trad, TR, 60 ft
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Shared By: Leo Paik on Oct 25, 2011
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Access Issue: Rim Rock Trail Closure Details

Description

This is another squeezed in trad line between a couple bolted lines, Pack 'o Bobs and Wholly Holey. I'm confident it's been climbed, but it is not listed in the Haas guidebook.

Start as for either Pack 'o Bobs or Wholly Holey. If you like, you can clip the 1st bolt of Wholly Holey, I did. Then go up the crack on gear. The crux is probably at the top of the crack. Then, it continues up into chimney terrain. At the top of the chimney, you can make a reverse, mini-Fine Jade, P6 -like move around to the anchors of Wholly Holey.

Per Sean Riley: BEWARE! The "chimney" is actually a giant, detached block the size of a refrigerator. Do NOT chimney on it. This block now wobbles and will fall if pushed.

Location

This lies between Pack 'o Bobs and Wholly Holey.

Protection

+/- 1 bolt, cams from orange Alien/#0.5 Camalot to #3 Camalot (doubles of #1), #4 BD wire, #12 BD wire, a few shoulder length slings.

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Jay Eggleston
Denver
  5.7
Jay Eggleston   Denver
  5.7
I thought the crux of this was at the bottom at the small overhang. I clipped two bolts, both on Pack of Bobs, the first and second bolts. I thought it was easy to get to the Wholly Holey anchors. Jan 7, 2013
Sean Riley
Keystone, Colorado
Sean Riley   Keystone, Colorado
BEWARE!
The "chimney" is actually a giant detached block the size of a refrigerator. Do NOT chimney on it. This block now wobbles and will fall if pushed. May 25, 2015