A Good Day to Die
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Dave Stewart TR's 'A Good Day To Die (5.9)' to war...
A good warmup for Ice Cream Parlour Crack - Start 20 feet left of it, climb up a right-facing corner, then trend right past three bolts to the belay, or continue on a few more feet to a second anchor.
Single set of cams to #3.5 Camalot, a few draws for bolts.
The crux for me, on toprope, was here, exiting the...
|Comments on A Good Day to Die
|By B.J. Sbarra|
Oct 29, 2004
I thought this route was fun, at least worth doing if in the area. And it's located 20 feet to the LEFT of Ice Cream Parlor Crack.
|By Matt Stirn|
Feb 3, 2005
Route was fun. Would do it again if in the area. Not a climb to go to the parlor for but a climb to do in the parlor.
|By Anonymous Coward|
Nov 11, 2005
Good challenging climb for intermediate climbers. Tests variety of skills. I have climbed for about a year and I did this climb after I was fairly tired and it gave me a good challenge. I'm sure experienced climbers will have no problem with it but still have fun..
|By Chris O'Connor|
From: bouldertown, co
Apr 26, 2006
Great climb, brought the gf on this one and she took a nice fall exiting the cracks onto the first bolt and took a good swing.
|By TuFF GonG|
From: gunnison Colorado
Sep 1, 2007
Not 3 bolts. I only clipped two, no sign of a third. Maybe I just missed it?? Fun route though.
From: ridgway, colorado
Oct 24, 2009
climbed this yesterday....definitely only two bolts, no sign of third.
desert rock III list gear as only 1 #2tricam and 4 draws, that is definitely not correct...take cams too.