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Any input welcome as far as the grades go... I tho...
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By BameR
From: golden, co
Nov 26, 2011
The Yellow line is a good warmup
The Blue line is hard to sequence successfully, especially where the two cracks merge, awkward mantle side pull?(0/12 so far... I suck...LOL)
The red line is, well ummm, WOW!. Left handed sloper-side-pulls and right handed slappers on the blunt smooth arete, with few to non-existant feet. Oh and did I mention overhanging.... If you can climb this you are super human.
By Jay Eggleston
From: Denver
Nov 21, 2014
The blue line is called "Graffiti Face" in the new Clear Creek guide by Kevin Capps. He calls it 10c for difficulty, but I think it is much harder, maybe hard 5.11.
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Any input welcome as far as the grades go... I thought the first few moves at The Ghost Crag were easier than this (bolt below first fixed piece), but I have not successfully climbed either, except the yellow route(s) in the picture....

Submitted By: BameR on Nov 26, 2011
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Unnamed Tunnel 1 Highball (V2 5+ )
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