Type: Sport, 220 ft (67 m), 3 pitches
FA: bolted by Alan Prehmus. FA?
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Access Issue: Seasonal Raptor Closures/CDOT Road Work Details
Access Issue: Private Property - be aware & respectful Details


P1. Cruise the low angle start past the traverse. Move up & right through the steeper bit (5.7). Head up to the slot where buckets await. Continue up through easy climbing to the belay (2 bolts), 100'

P2. Head straight up the beautiful easy (5.5) tortoise shell slab to the belay at the overhang, 90'.

P3. Walk 60 feet West to the base of the third pitch. It works through the easiest part of the right side of the headwall (5.7-). While the start may appear steep, there are lots of positive features. Follow the bolts to the shared anchor with Yellow Dog Dingo.

It's also easy to walk to the base of the third pitch of Yellow Dog or Dance Hornpipes.

P1 & 2 can be combined with a 60 m rope.


Start 25 feet below and left of the entrance to the 3rd class access ledge.


Bolts: 10 for P1, 6 for P2, 8 for P3.