This is the second bolted line from the right. It has an easy start with a reachy crux at the 4th bolt. Taller climbers may find it easier since it may be climbed more directly, whereas short climbers may find it harder, since you have to do more intermediate moves to the right. It is nice in that you can back down to a good rest if you have to go up and figure out the sequence.
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This is the second bolted climb from the right.
4 bolts, 2 bolt anchor.
Low on the route.
At the crux.
|By She's Such a B|
From: Lakewood, CO
May 31, 2014
| || Top anchors. Right one is a spinner. |
Top right anchor is a spinner. I tried to crank it down with a nut tool, features on the rock made it impossible. Fortunately the other bolt is beefy. It will take a half inch wrench. It looks like it needs to be loosened, hammered back in, then re-tightened. If the doesn't fix it, maybe a new hole should be drilled.
|By Kirk Miller|
From: Golden, CO
Jun 2, 2014
No need to drill another hole. This type of bolt can be completely removed and replaced if necessary.
Probably not a good idea to hammer on it either; might be best to pull it out and put in a fresh bolt.
I will try to go up there this week to get it fixed.
|By Jay Eggleston|
Aug 10, 2012
The crux on this one is short but not easy if you are short.