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The All Weather Circus

5.11c, Sport, 75 ft (23 m),  Avg: 3.6 from 25 votes
FA: Orenczak, 2002
Wyoming > Vedauwoo > Cove


This is the best 5.11 on the cliff. The start is shared with the 5.12 to the right. Pull a low roof and angle left to a steep, pumpy crux. There is a small runout to the anchors above the line. You don't need to join the anchors on the 5.12 to the right.


This is three routes to the left of Transporter.


10 bolts.

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Dave rocking with the skull on All Weather Circus!
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[Hide Comment] Great route. Probably the best at the cliff as far as climbing and rock quality. I think 11c is a bit generous as a grade. Felt easier than Studebaker to me. The start is definitely pretty heads-up, do not blow the second clip.... I'd stickclip it if I had one with me. Had to severely tighten the nut on the first bolt today. If there was a fall on it, it would have likely been a groundfall. Aug 8, 2015
K Gustafson
[Hide Comment] Time to consider replacing the anchors. Jul 22, 2017
Alex Fox
Laramie, WY
[Hide Comment] Fantastic, varied climb. Interesting crux in the middle.

I could not find the anchors for this route. I more or less topped out before I gave up looking and traversed over the the Brown and Gold anchors, which are about 10 feet to the right. You can set up a toprope or have a follower from these anchors.

You can cut way right at the final bolt to avoid having to downclimb. Jul 7, 2019
C Hopwood
Salt Lake City, UT
[Hide Comment] No anchors. Clip the last bolt, traverse up and right on jugs, clip the last bolt on the 12, and continue to the Brown and Gold’s anchors. It doesn’t add any difficulty and is a quality finish. Aug 27, 2019