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This crag is located on the far right fringe of North Table Mountain. It is marked by an two-tiered cliff band and only sports about  climbs:  on the lower band and the remainder on the upper band. The climbs are generally short, stiff climbs 5.10 and higher.
Approach the Child Free Zone by climbing the trail from the parking lot and turning right at the base of the crag (the trail dead ends at This Ain't Naturita, Pilgrim). Follow the trail along the base of the wall past the arete that contains Thelma and Louise, past the gully, and around the corner. The trail eventually dead ends at the right side of the wall. The first route on this wall is Big Loose Goose (5.10a/b).
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Off Guard 5.10a/b 6a+ 19 VI+ E2 5b Sport, 1 pitch, 60'
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This is a fun, short sport climb up a partly detached pinnacle just right of Cool Thing by about 25 feet. It ascends a small bulge to start on good handholds and sloping feet. There is a way to stay right of the bolt line at a modest 5.7 grade; however, the line seems to draw you left at the second bolt. Once you get your feet above the bulge, the difficulty eases.As of now, the anchor that consisted of a bit of rope, long sling with a towel pad, a link, and a ring...was upgraded...[more] Browse More Classics in CO
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