Type: Trad, 400 ft, 4 pitches
FA: Jim McEver, Tom Mcmillan, Bob Rotert, and Gerald Laws
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Shared By: russellHOBART on Aug 17, 2012
Admins: Aaron Parlier, Steve Lineberry

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Classic Stone Mountain pucker-fest and the first 5.10 at Stone.

Pitch 1(5.10a)- 25'-30' to first bolt on some tricky rock, Trend up and right to next bolt and then anchors.100'

Pitch 2(5.9)- Straight up to first bolt then trend slightly left to anchor.100'

Pitch 3(5.7)- Straight up to first bolt then a hard left to share anchors with Storm in a Teacup and Mercury's Lead. 110'

Pitch 4(5.4) Up bolt than tree island. 60'

Descent: Either Rap from anchors even with Tree Island or walk off


Two bolted routes right of great arch and first bolted routes left of a series of left facing vertical slits.


Two quickdraws and anchoring material for bolted anchors.


originally WNC, now Broomfield
nbrown   originally WNC, now Broomfield
One of my all time favorite pitches at Stone. Heads up climbing if you're not comfortable with well spaced bolts (mainly the high first). Jan 7, 2013
Aleks Czejdo
Chapel Hill, NC
Aleks Czejdo   Chapel Hill, NC
Exciting friction climbing dodging rotten rock that I never want to do again. Jul 1, 2017
Did this with EBs and it felt very exciting. Came back after sticky rubber was introduced - what a difference. Great route. Nov 18, 2017