Type: Sport, 75 ft
FA: Carrington, 2015
Page Views: 749 total · 67/month
Shared By: Furthermore on Jan 15, 2018
Admins: Leo Paik, John McNamee, Frances Fierst, Monty, Monomaniac

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Access Issue: Seasonal Raptor Closures & Rockfall Mitigation Project Details


Begin up some jugs (some questionable rock) to a section of sustained, enjoyable climbing. Reach a ledge, and continue with another thought provoking sequence before the anchor.


This route climbs the bolt line just right of a small chossy gully and is left of Afterlife.


7 bolts + anchor.

Per Derek Young: this shares an anchor with Afterlife.


Dillon Blanksma
Golden, CO
Dillon Blanksma   Golden, CO
This was a fun warm-up before trying the harder lines on the right side of the wall (Ernest Stemmingway, Dia de los Muertos, Hellbender, etc.). The crux is well-protected, and the climbing up high is very enjoyable. The 2nd edition of the Clear Creek guidebook clearly shows the anchor situation, but if you don't have it, read on.... There are four 10s here (according to the guidebook grades). From left to right: The Reaper (10d), Reincarnation (10c), Afterlife (10a), and Ugoogloy (10b). Reincarnation and Afterlife share an anchor technically. If you wish to have parties climbing both simultaneously, it is trivial to just veer left at the top of Reincarnation (just before the second to last bolt and clip the last bolt of The Reaper instead) and set up on the anchors for The Reaper. Of course, make sure no one is also on The Reaper. Mar 19, 2018
Derek Young
Denver, CO
Derek Young   Denver, CO
Shares anchor with Afterlife. Apr 8, 2018