Login with Facebook
 ADVANCED
«
Looking down from the top of P3. Chuck has just traversed left past the second bolt. To Chuck's right (left on the photo) you can see the final cracks and flakes before the traverse.
Taken from Keyhole on Longs Peak. Age Axe exits left near the bottom of the left of the two large crescent-shaped corners and then up just left of the left arete of that corner. Up a flake system and then up the right most crack in the sunny orange rock to a large terrace. It then climbs up from the right end of the terrace to the big shelf below the summit. Descend left on scree then back right down a ramp that is obvious in this photo but hard to see from above, or continue descending further left and then easily down.
»
On the fun knobby runout. Last gear is at the orange block near the center of the photo. This section is really exposed, because you're hanging out over the steep wall on the right. The P4 dihedral is just right of Chuck in the photo, but is really about 170' higher.
Id# 1204617, 1125 x 1500px View full size
Comments on Photo Add Comment
- none yet -
Photo 5 of 6
Avg Score   0.0 from 0 votes
Your Score   

On the fun knobby runout. Last gear is at the orange block near the center of the photo. This section is really exposed, because you're hanging out over the steep wall on the right. The P4 dihedral is just right of Chuck in the photo, but is really about 170' higher.

Submitted By: Ivan Rezucha on Aug 16, 2004
On this route:
Age Axe (5.10b 6a+ 19 VII- 19 E2 5b )
 Printer View