Type: Sport, 80 ft
FA: MJM & RAMM, 9/2014
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Shared By: MJM on Nov 6, 2014
Admins: Leo Paik, John McNamee, Frances Fierst, Monty, Monomaniac

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Description

Jump up on the low ledge and climb the slab using the lefty corner to clip C1. Climb up and over the solid, un-nerving block past C2 to a stance near C3. Climb great fingers and face moves to C5. The first crux starts here. Move up and left with crimpy sharp holds and great reachy left hidden sidepulls. At the small stance below C9, climb through a steeper cruxy 2 clip section on good but tricky hand holds with great feet and a bit of a run to the anchors.

Location

Start about 20 feet right of T.A.R.P.

Protection

11 clips to chained anchors.

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S.Mckinna
Cañon City, CO
  5.10a
S.Mckinna   Cañon City, CO
  5.10a
This route was a blast! The "unnerving" block would take an earthquake to dislodge. Mar 1, 2016
Matt B
Boulder, CO
  5.10a
Matt B   Boulder, CO
  5.10a
This route is really a treat. It is long, well protected, and has lots of fun moves on solid rock.

Be aware that it is mislabelled on the topo on the newest guidebook (2017?), and is a bit left of where the line is located on the topo. This is the first bolted route left of the gaping crack separating this wall from 2150 proper, and it starts to the left of the small pillar in front of the face. Apr 1, 2018