|Country Club Cave
This is one of the easier climbs at the Golf Wall. It is a good, pumpy warmup for the other steep routes.
Start on the right side of a bulge at a tall old tree leaning out from the base of the cliff. Climb past one bolt to a ledge fifteen feet off the ground. Continue up to underneath the roof, and traverse right less than ten feet. Reach for the jug over the roof, and pull up over (crux). Continue up and left to the two bolt carabiner anchor.
Set of draws.
|By Dean Hoffman|
Jul 13, 2007
Hey not being from Durango I'm not sure what the local standard is, but on July 7th I was climbing this route and there was a bird nest with new hatchlings just about at the third bolt. I down climbed rather than bother the chicks. Might be worth skipping this one for a little while.
|By Ben Griffin|
From: Durango, CO
Dec 3, 2007
rating: 5.10d 6b+ 21 VII+ 21 E3 5b
Mason when you put up this route, I think you were thinking of Greenskeeper.
From: Concord, MA
Dec 28, 2007
Correct you are! I've been meaning to change that...