Type: Trad, 120 ft
FA: John Greene & Hugh Dougher 1974
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Shared By: SteveThePirate on Jul 29, 2014 with updates from Northeast Mountain Guiding
Admins: SMarsh

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Climb chimney to a small ledge at 25 feet. Continue up shallow corner moving right until just below large roof. Pass this roof at its right. There will be an old pin just before you reach the top. Descend using slings around chock stone directly at end of climb. A 70m rope will reach.


Look for obvious chimney about 80 feet from the highway. The initials JG are chiseled into the rock on the left of the chimney.


Typical water gap rack.
Plenty of protection everywhere.


Dan Brogan
Fort Collins
Dan Brogan   Fort Collins
Quite certain I climbed this route incorrectly, because I did not pass a pin just before the top and the chockstone to rap off of had black and blue webbing with a triple wrapped rope, unlike the picture in Another Roadside Attraction. Any idea what route I ended on? From the base of the climb there are three pronounced roofs above you, we climbed to the right of the left most roof. Going around the roof it was slightly overhanging, probably more like a 5.8 - 5.9. In the description for this route it would be helpful to detail which roof you should be aiming for. Otherwise the route was quite enjoyable. Oct 23, 2017