Type: Trad, 70 ft
FA: Sean Hible & Mike B.?
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Shared By: MAKB on May 24, 2017
Admins: Leo Paik, John McNamee, Frances Fierst, Monty, Monomaniac

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Access Issue: Seasonal Raptor Closures & Rockfall Mitigation Project Details
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This route follows sort of a shallow gully up into a dihedral before pulling through/around a small roof and then up a slab to the anchors of Dirt Trek. The gear is decent once you get about 40 feet up, but until then it's very sparse. There's also a little runout from the last gear above the roof to the anchor.


This is to the right of Dirt Trek.


Micronuts, cams from green C3 to #2, and a mid-sized offset nut.


There is an old 3/8" Star Dryvin bolt on the ledge on the left about 50' up which indicates a probable previous ascent. Jun 18, 2018
Aaron Sefton
Lakewood, CO
Aaron Sefton   Lakewood, CO
Based on the description above and its location on the crag, I'm pretty certain I climbed this route today. As of 10/6/18, it is now a nicely bolted sport route with its own Mussy hook anchors, separate from "Dirt Trek". Well done to whoever bolted this route! I loved it! The route is mostly a 5.8 with a cruxy sequence in the middle above the first ledge that felt like a 5.10a. The small roof at the top is no big deal with the option to go around it pretty easily. Oct 6, 2018
I believe this comment applies to the route to the right called "Berga." Oct 7, 2018