Type: Sport, 70 ft (21 m)
FA: Carl Sampurna & Mark Roth, Oct. 6, 2022
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Shared By: Carl Sampurna on Oct 6, 2022
Admins: Leo Paik, John McNamee, Frances Fierst, Monty, Monomaniac, Tyler KC

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Access Issue: Temporary Trail and Raptor Closures Details
Access Issue: Raptor nesting lifted July 26, 2023 Details


Pandammic is fun and pumpy and may feel harder during an onsight. The foot holds are generally better than the hand holds, except at the start & finish.

The start is a tough and reachy traverse left with only a few well-disguised, usable footholds on the way to a far-left jug.

The pocketed terrain above is easier, but some huecos between bolts 3-5 are much better than others, so choose wisely. Rest up if the start felt draining.

Bolts 6-8 bracket the crux, with marginal crimps, pinches, and sidepulls above decent foot holds.

No-hands resting is available just above the crux-exit jug.

The route finishes to the right at the last bolt, following slopers to a thin crimp on the lip, and an anchor-clipping jug hiding a bit further back, to the left.

Thanks to Mark Roth and the Flatirons Climbing Council for their indispensable help with this route!

Historical note - Jason's Flatirons guidebook has a similar line called "Two Bolt Mystery Route" with no known FA information. Both of those bolts were removed for this route: the lower one was off-route, and the upper was unsafe.


It is on the same wall and to the right of Panda Rigolo.

Follow the Royal Arch trail until 39.986160, -105.290327 where you exit into the woods on the right, just before some large rocks. Follow faint trails down to the gully and then up the other side, heading towards a SW-facing wall at 39.986247, -105.291660. An approach trail track is here https://www.mountainproject.com/approach-trail/123187450.


Ten bolts to a Mussy hook anchor.