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A pic of the really nice fourth pitch of Frogland.  Mark is traversing under the giant roof, which is probably the route's crux.

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By jackabout
Jul 13, 2008

anyone else ever try the seam/crack/face that goes up and left from the start of pitch 4? this totally bypasses the roof and fires straight up. I remember the first time climbing frogland I seconded this pitch and remember considerable rope drag around the roof.( i'm sure a long runner would have helped) the second time I did this route I led this pitch and opted to take the left face. I recall it was thin but took small gear well(I think I used some opposing pieces to secure the placements) anyway, i'm guessing it was 9ish...?anyone else have some feedback/consensus? thank you!

By John Peterson
Jul 13, 2008

I've always gone that way. I'd say 5.7 or so myself.

By George Bell
From: Boulder, CO
Jul 13, 2008

Yeah, I thought the crack near the skyline was the normal way. This is the way we went, hardest part is right at the top of that crack.

By jackabout
Jul 30, 2008

thanks for the feedback! its been too long and too much living has gotten in the way of having a life. I think a fall trip (pardon the pun!) needs to happen. moving back to denver on the 31st after a three year ordeal in spokane. I miss morrison bouldering, the dome in the fall, hot yoga, friends, etc..... Blessings

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A pic of the really nice fourth pitch of Frogland. Mark is traversing under the giant roof, which is probably the route's crux.

Submitted By: Peter Gram on Apr 9, 2004
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Frogland (5.8 5b 16 VI- HVS 4c )