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BETA PHOTO: Trickster Coyote.
Trickster Coyote is located down and to the left of the vegetated, boulder strewn gully that splits Wintergarden Wall and is immediately left of Changeling. Both climbs start from a small, overgrown belay stance below the prow on the left side of the wall. Start below a small overhang. Boulder up to and through the overhang (decent protection), and pull up into a dihedral using good holds higher up. There are a couple of sketchy, thin face moves about a third of the way up (crux). The protection is adequate, but the stances are a little awkward. The difficulty eases above the face as the cracks get better. Belay on a good ledge above the route, and rappel off a good tree 20 feet to the right. The rock here is course and crystalline.
Standard rack (small gear helpful). Gear anchor, tree rappel.
By J C Wilks
From: Loveland, CO
Jul 25, 2008
The FA on this route was done by Denise Wilks on May 18th, 1996.