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This route is very different for Indian Creek, with tan rock and a bit of lichen. Lots of fingers and tips, while utilizing some chimney and stemming moves. There is a crack switch up high, and the anchor is impossible to spot unless you go far down the hill. It is there however, with an old SMC hanger, and a newer bolt, equalized with webbing and leaver biners. There is no plaque. I would like to know who's route this is, and what the actual grade given is, as it makes for a good addition to this shady portion of the crag.
To the right of the Unknown .11- and King Sooper, and left of Super Surprised. There is a nice tree at the base, and it can be identified by a finger/tips crack start.
Triples of fingers and tips, with maybe a single set up to #3 Camalot
By Shane Martin Smith
From: Pagosa Springs, CO
Oct 10, 2016
Super fun route with good stemming/smearing moves for the left foot. Gear:.5's .75's #1's
This route seemed to take metolius sizes really well.