Type: Trad, 300 ft (91 m)
FA: P1-2 Dave Insley, Stan Mish 1987. To top Tim Kudo, Glen Rink 1992
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Shared By: Zach Harrison on Nov 7, 2017 · Updates
Admins: Greg Opland, Luke Bertelsen, JJ Schlick, Brian Boyd

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Frosted Flakes is a quality old skool route with one of the best moderate finger cracks in the area. Lots of sun, tuns of fun!

Start just west of the Slingshot/Camel's head notch.

P1 Slab up to a bolt. A pin and textbook gear lead left to a few bolts. Yard a bolt or two to get onto the ramp. Belay from hands gear wherever looks good. 5.10 A0.
P2 Climb the long steep finger corner past a few bulges. Very excellent! 5.10+. Belay at rap station on big ledge.
Either rap with 2 ropes or continue adventuring up 3 short pitches of run out 5.9 face to top.


Make way to the Camel's Head/Slingshot notch. There is a good trail that climbs up on the south side of the Slightshot and wraps around to the west. Just below the notch, look for a corner on Camel's Head about 200 feet right on Tequila Sunrise. This is Frosted Flakes. Hard to see until you are right under it.


1x #1 C3, 3x BD#.3-.5, 2x #.75-#1 1x #2,3. Handful of draws/runners.