Type: Sport, 100 ft
FA: Cindy Tolle, Pete DeLannoy, Paul Muehl
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Shared By: BBQ on Oct 12, 2014
Admins: Andrew Gram, Peter Gram, Greg Parker, Mike Madsen, Mark Rafferty

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A very nice, bolted path of juggy crystals with a few sections of steep, crimpy, thin stuff located about 80 feet to the right, and around a corner from Goldline. I think. I am not too sure.

My question is, "Has anyone seen Whiteline?" In addition to Whiteline, which I believe has the rusty bolts, there is also something on this formation known as Ed, Ed and Ethyl to the right of Goldline as well. Maybe. I don't even know anymore. Just buy Daryl and Cheryl's guidebook, folks. I was living is a state of ridiculous ignorance until their book cleared a few things up for me.

All I know is that guidebook, by Zach Orenczak, made some really good kindling one night when I couldn't get a campfire started. Here is my main point of irritation; the Goldline masses, along with many other hunks of rock in The Needles, have all kinds of really good routes...and Zach's book doesn't contain any of them. And don't get me started on that "new edition" that came out this year! Did the dude just xerox a few pages from some of those old Poor Person's guides and charge 40 bucks for an "updated" guide or what?

All I know is that it better stop raining so I can go climbing today because I have a lot of anger issues to deal with and the lack of really good information about The Needles is not helping much.


I don't think anyone knows for sure. Just wander around the Goldline formation until you see a good bolt about 10 or 15 feet off the ground. The bolt is not rusty and it is not hard to get to.


The line I described is completely bolted and has bolted anchors.


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