Stoner Slab Rock Climbing
BETA PHOTO: Pitch two of Inagodadavida climbs the clean, light...
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This obscure, difficult-to-reach, south-facing slab is mentioned on p.83 of Rossiter's 1999 Rock Climbing Boulder Canyon
, 5 R, 2p, gear or TR.
, 4 R, 2p, gear or TR.
Approach as for the Bitty Buttress
route, then descend ~200 feet in a southeasterly direction to the slab. Part of the slab may be barely visible from the approach to Bitty Buttress. It lies well below and to the southeast of the Short Cliff with Three Cracks. It is a long way east of the Wall of Voodoo.
Climbing Season For the Boulder Canyon area.
Weather station 5.6 miles from here
2 Total Climbing Routes
['4 Stars',0],['3 Stars',0],['2 Stars',1],['1 Star',1],['Bomb',0]
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Inagottawhat 5.4 4a 12 IV 10 VD 3c
: Boulder Canyon
: Stoner Slab
This is actually a bit better that its neighbor to the left, Inagodadavida. With inviting, low angle slab, this line sort of asks to be climbed. It may have been climbed previously. The crux is the approach. The top is guarded by good-sized loose rocks. It's probably only advisable to do it if you just have to know.You can climb as for Inagodadavida for the first pitch or start on looser terrain to its right. Head up the middle of the slab for the best climbing. One can venture a bit further tow...[more] Browse More Classics in Colorado
By George Bracksieck
Nov 24, 2015
I climbed here today with Leo Paik and Doug Redosh. From the base of the Bitty Buttress route, we descended southeast for about 200 feet, then third-classed a long way east, across loose ledges, until we reached the start of what Rossiter describes as pitch two of Inagodadavida.
We top-roped the lower pitch, which is unprotectable, by belaying the climber as he traversed east to the "left of two trees," then using the tree as a directional for lowering him to the base of the route. Beware of loose rock; it could end up on the highway.
Doug led pitch two, up funky cracks that diagonaled slightly to the east. When I followed (thirded), I climbed to the right of the cracks, up the middle of the clean slab, which provides unprotected climbing on good rock (5.6-). The top is guarded with a fence of loose blocks.