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Enjoyable little trad climb on an otherwise sport climbing dominant crag. Short but sweet, standard set of black diamond stopper nuts should do the job.
Climb the left facing corner crack through a shallow chimney to the first ledge and start of the corner offwidth crack. The crack is short but well worth the effort.
Climb the crack to the upper ledge. The chains can be found on the left facing wall about 1.5m above the upper ledge.
A few large CAMALOTS C4 #5- #7 will eliminate the run out in the upper wife section.
Solo some 5.9 to a silly high first bolt and a crux Traverse and bulge.. Climb a fun crack from a huge rest to a very run out ending.
A technical climb with a distinct crux on the bulge. Great grippy rock. Lots of edges and crimps! Was only 4bolts in 25m. Now it's is 8 and climbs modern and safely. Completely rebolted 2017 by Mason Tessier.
Extension above M.E.C. Crank the powerful Roof! The crimps over the roof broke since the FA a few times, thus warranting 5.13.
FA: Todd Guyn
Beauty technical face climbing the entrie way (climbs longer then the height depicts). This route has some amazing movement and some very very fingery holds. Hard to believe it gets 12A! Enjoy a 1980's test piece
A v5 boulder problem over the roof.
The extension above Blank On The Map. A Rockies hidden gem. Beautiful technical climbing with a lower powerful Crux
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