Type: Sport, 145 ft, 2 pitches
FA: Locker and Tim Klein
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Shared By: Locker on Mar 3, 2014
Admins: Leo Paik, John McNamee, Frances Fierst, Monty, Monomaniac

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Description

The first pitch has a bit of a contrived section nearing the top along the traverse. It looks like you can just walk across up there, so I kept it bolted in a way that you can stay down low and move across. It is a bit weird but fun through there.

The crux is on the second pitch moving out of the crack. Also, it has an odd and interesting move at the end of the traverse (this could possibly be a little harder than 5.6. ;-)

Below the anchors, you'll see a chopped bolt. I did that as it was one hell of a BAD "spinner" and also had been lead without it. It is not needed and not having it adds a little spice to the end.

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This is on the left side of formation when facing it.

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Ralph Kolva
Pine, CO
 
Ralph Kolva   Pine, CO
 
Really good climb for the beginning leader and interesting for those climbing harder grades. Extremely well protected for SPlatte routes, something like a dozen bolts on the first pitch almost as many on the second, it is really a sport route. We managed to lower off the top anchors with a 70 meter rope by aiming for the blocks to the left of the climb, it's an easy walk off as well. May 27, 2014
rob.calm
Loveland, CO
  5.4
rob.calm   Loveland, CO
  5.4
An easy, fun climb with a lot of bolts. Solid 5.4. Nov 2, 2014
Jay Eggleston
Denver
  5.6
Jay Eggleston   Denver
  5.6
This does have tons of bolts and would be good for a beginner's first lead. I skipped a few of the bolts as they are so close together. It is a fun route regardless. Oct 5, 2015