A chossy brown granite dome, located on Old Stage Road generally on the SW side of Pikes' Peak.
Follow the directions in Bob D'Antonio's Garden of the Gods/Pikes' Peak guidebook, as if you were going to the Martyr. Fail to find the Martyr based on said directions, and keep going on Old Stage Road until you reach a fairly level stretch of road right after a tunnel (approximately 18 miles from the Broadmoor). Locate a high concentration of slabby domes composed of brownish granite. See picture below to locate the precise crag - it is easily identified from the road. Bushwhack your way to the base of the crag, avoiding the obvious barbed wire fences delineating the private property abundant in this area
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Squeezepenny Rib-Fest 5.9+ PG13 Trad, 1 pitch, 200 feet
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Squeezepenny Rib-Fest 5.9+ PG13 CO : Colorado Springs : ... : Ambiguously Uncertain Crag
This line follows the obvious dihedral on the south face of Ambiguously Uncertain Crag, directly through an overhanging, squeeze-chimney/offwidth. This slot is the crux of the route, and will put up a good fight.Expect bushes, twigs and dirt, and especially lichen, because no one ever climbs here. But in contrast to D. Lang's opinion, I found the rock underneath to be pretty solid for the most part. The holds are varied and interesting, usually right where you need them, hiding under a bit of li...[more] Browse More Classics in CO