Type: Sport, 60 ft
FA: Kevin Capps, Michael Hauck, Nate Moore, 2017
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Shared By: Shirtless Mike on Mar 13, 2018 with improvements by Aaron Potts
Admins: Leo Paik, John McNamee, Frances Fierst, Monty, Monomaniac

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Climb up easy ground for a few bolts to a smack down crux presenting itself halfway up the wall. Pull on bad sloping crimps, and get established on an undercling that seems to be angling the wrong way. Get a few better holds, and save up for a few more challenging moves off sloping crimps and non-existent holds to great holds below the roof. A jug haul victory romp leads to the chains.


Start on the far right side of the cliff. This shares the start and first bolt with "Dia de los Muertos". After the first bolt, stay to the right.


9 bolts to an anchor.


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Brandon Ribblett
Breckenridge, CO
Brandon Ribblett   Breckenridge, CO
Thanks for adding this! Mar 13, 2018
Boulder, CO
SCherry   Boulder, CO
This thing is considerably harder if you are under 6 foot. The crux reach to the slopers is not too bad if you can reach easily. Also there is good beta for the moves after the slopers. No need to use the undercling that Shirtless mentions. May 1, 2018
Evergreen, CO
ADAM H   Evergreen, CO
Warning, BETA: there is a compound crux: (1) getting to the sloper, matching and bumping up to clip, then (2) manteling up to decent holds at the pumpy next bolt. Both parts of the crux sequence felt sustained at 12-. Great movement. Jun 9, 2018
Matt Carmody
Denver, CO
Matt Carmody   Denver, CO
BETA: I agree with SCherry the undercling is unnecessary, as well as the mantel Adam mentions. I saw people do four ways each for the lower and upper halves of the compound crux. If you aren't able to pull off the beta you have, keep looking for something more your style. It's a fun, choose your own adventure sequence! Mar 12, 2019