Type: Sport, 85 ft
FA: unknown
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Shared By: Abandoned User on Oct 20, 2013
Admins: Leo Paik, John McNamee, Frances Fierst, Monty, Monomaniac

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Description

Per John Torkelson: the first pitch of the route is a bit wandering and runout (for the 5.5/6 leader) on the easy bits. The rock is great.

Per Rich Piltingsrud 10thMAG: above the first pitch, you can continue a bolted second pitch, or push right to a decent trad 5.7. It has some runout, but you can protect the more exposed moves at the end.

Location

This is directly left of Flee.

Location

Per Rich Piltingsrud 10thMAG: clip bolts for the first pitch. For the second pitch, you can clip bolts or climb trad to the right.

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John Torkelson
Denver, CO
John Torkelson   Denver, CO
Directly left of Flee. A bit wandering and run out (for the 5.5/6 leader) on the easy bits. The rock is great. There seems to be another pitch above the anchors. Does anyone have any info? Nov 12, 2015
Rich Piltingsrud 10thMAG
Florence, CO
  5.5
Rich Piltingsrud 10thMAG   Florence, CO
  5.5
Slabby bolted 5.5 for first pitch, but above it you can continue a bolted second pitch, or push right to a decent trad 5.7. Some runout but you can protect the more exposed moves at the end. Oct 2, 2017