|Type:||Trad, 1 pitch, 90'|
|Original:||YDS: 5.8 French: 5b Ewbanks: 16 UIAA: VI- ZA: 15 British: HVS 4c [details]|
|Submitted By:||James Beissel on May 18, 2009|
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By James Beissel
From: Boulder, CO
May 18, 2009
We had a mini-epic on this route when we discovered that we lacked enough big gear to complete it. I consider myself a reasonably solid offwidth climber but not neither of us were willing to entertain the idea of climbing this without a good cam nearby.
Thanks to the climber who helped get our rope up the backside so we could retrieve our gear!
By Tom Lekan
From: Denver, CO
Sep 6, 2010
|In the OW, I placed a #4 C4 and walked a #5 up the rest. Another #5, or a #6 as suggested, would have made things more enjoyable. Fun climb though. A slung horn with two ovals for lowering were there, 9/6/2010.|
From: Boulder, Colorado
Sep 12, 2010
|This route was a chest scumming good time. I was grateful for a #6 but two #5s would be plenty sufficient.|
By Guy H.
From: Fort Collins CO
Jul 10, 2011
|You can leap frog a green Big Bro and a #5 C4 in the upper offwidth. The lower squeeze is basically unprotected unless you have a #5 Bigbro. Keep everything off of your right hip for the upper section!|