Type: Trad, 115 ft
FA: Rob Pizem, (Robert Warren?)
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Shared By: rob pizem on Dec 29, 2016
Admins: Jesse Zacher, Jared LaVacque, Bradley Mark Edwards, Nick Reecy, Leo Paik, John McNamee, Frances Fierst, Monty, Monomaniac

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Description

This ascends a 35 meter, left-leaning dihedral. It starts up the choss and then goes into the overhanging blocks.

Lots of thin gear is required to tackle this one. The crack is mostly fingers and smaller, and it's totally worth the few feet of loose at the bottom. Stemming, finger locks, tips, chimney, the works. This is a good adventure.

Location

It is to the right of the Unknowns.

Protection

Bring lots of thin pieces up to a #6, no #5s, one #4, and 15 draws/slings.

Photos

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I thought this was a Robert Warren route called Left Dihedral that went to the top and walked off to the left(?). Jan 19, 2017
Mitch Friedeman
Boulder, CO
  5.11
Mitch Friedeman   Boulder, CO
  5.11
I'm pretty sure of a couple things:

1) The splitter line to the left of the Key Hole Route did not feel 5.11+, probably more like 5.11.
2) The description here is funky and doesn't really identify the route we climbed just around the corner from Key Hole. Fingers in a shallow, right-facing corner to hands to a #6 pod to more hands.
3) The second picture doesn't match the route to the left of the Key Hole either.

Can anyone help clear the confusion here?
Did we climb a route that is not currently on the Proj? Nov 19, 2018