A Quark for Quayle
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BETA PHOTO: Stemming at the start of the crack.
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This route does not deserve a star but is not so bad as to merit a bomb. Easy climbing leads to a splitter off-fingers crack in a hanging dihedral. This section is easy to stem. When the crack ends, place good pro and prepare to move into a area of crumbly, loose rock. Pro can be found here but is suspect due to the crappy rock and thus it merits a PG-13 rating. Another crack, in better rock appears just before a good ledge on which you can traverse to the anchors.
Standard rack with an extra purple Camalot if you want to "sew it up".
From: Denver, CO
Feb 22, 2016
Upon reaching the roof, I traversed right onto Crack and Face Route. I recommend this variation over continuing up the loose block gully. The traverse was fun and thought provoking.