Type: Sport, 100 ft
FA: BBQ
Page Views: 824 total · 18/month
Shared By: BBQ on Mar 28, 2015
Admins: Andrew Gram, Peter Gram, Greg Parker, Mike Madsen, Mark Rafferty

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Description

Starts on mellow holds on the left side of a black arete. Gain a bunch of altitude with some big moves and enjoy a tricky little layback crux using a finger crack to bigger and better holds.

The black section then gives way to a golden slab with another crux on interesting under clings, side pulls, fun pockets and jug holds under the roof.

Pull the roof using long moves to big holds and enjoy the final run out slab to the anchors. This route is pretty awesome! It is really just one big, burly move after another...just high step and reach and its all there. Some of the holds are hidden and the climbing gets real pumpy making this route hard to hold onto. But for those who don't choke this route is fun as hell to send if you figure out how to link all one million moves together.

All you limestoners, who seek out harder five ten climbs, that are long and strong, will definitely not want to miss out on this one!

Location

Just to the right of The Blunt Arete on the biggest, baddest buttress on the far right hand side of The Danks.

Protection

Take 14 quickdraws. Open Anchors. A fully intact 60 meter rope is required.
Angie Jacobsen
St. Paul, MN
 
Angie Jacobsen   St. Paul, MN
 
Had the pleasure of meeting Brent and climbing this route with him. Soooo much fun! Very long (60m rope JUST reached with about a foot to spare), all kinds of different and creative moves, thought provoking, exposed and pumpy. Loved it. Sep 9, 2015
Travis Bieber
Fort Collins, CO
 
Travis Bieber   Fort Collins, CO
 
Very very long route. If you've trimmed you're 60 I'd either 1, find a longer rope, or 2, consider climbing one of the other classic climbs in the area. A must do if you are in the are. Pause and take in the view when you're around the 10-12 bolt. Mar 1, 2018