Type: Sport, 60 ft (18 m)
FA: Kevin Capps, Nate Moore, Michael Hauck, 2017
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Shared By: Furthermore on Jan 15, 2018
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Access Issue: Seasonal Raptor Closures/CDOT Road Work Details


From the sizable ledge, climb the rightmost bolt line (easily identified as the bolt line heading right from the two bottom belay bolts) up the white face. A short section of good holds leads to a sequential, sustained headwall of crimps. Finesse the crux near the top, and then motor on easy ground to the anchor.


Per Daniel Kaye: at the top right side of the crag, it's the second-rightmost bolt line from the comfortably small belay ledge with 2 black anchor bolts you probably don't need up there. Look for a bolt line that trends slightly right up a slopy-looking slightly-overhanging clean face for 6 or so visible bolts.

You get up to this ledge by following a trail with light scrambling under/along the cliff to climber's right, which eventually does a switchback or two and plops you at a small ledge with some anchor bolts. It's right of Hellbender (12b, which has a permadraw at a small roof about 6 clips up) and left of Bone Daddy (an awkward 5.9 that climbs up a broken, bulgy weakness in the cliff).


[7] bolts + an anchor.