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Call it Crock Rock

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Description 

A 15 foot tall boulder that hosts a few up problems and a V5 right to left traverse. The arete is a V5 and a V3 climbs from low and right and uses a crimper in the little dihedral.


Getting There 

Directly behind (east) of the Skunk Rub Boulder.


3 Total Routes


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The Classics

Mountain Project's determination of some of the classic, most popular, highest rated routes for Call it Crock Rock:
Crock Roof   V3 6A     Boulder, 15'   
Crock Arete   V5 6C     Boulder, 20'   
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Featured Route For Call it Crock Rock
Mike B anticipating the delicate move to the arete.

Crock Arete V5 6C  CO : Fort Collins : ... : Call it Crock Rock
Begin in the horizontal break with 2 hand jams and climb up and out the bulge following the arete to the top. Looks kind of highball but is actually very secure near the exit. Classic.Actual name and FA info???...[more]   Browse More Classics in CO

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By Jordan A.
Mar 10, 2009

There are also a few great and rarely done problems on the somewhat chossy block wedged between Crock and Skunkrub. There's an easy V0 on the left side, a V2/3 up the middle utilizing some crimps and a mono, or traverse from left through middle of face and top off. Also, there is a thuggy sit-start beginning on the far right side on small crimps. Move up to terrible left crimp then out right to the jug. From there, negotiate a few painful moves including a cross then up to the good hueco at top. A great V5.