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By Joe Anderson
May 15, 2006
|There is a climb to the left of East of Eden, in the next opening. It's 9 bolts, has good crimps and pulls through a nice roof. Does anyone know anything about it, or have beta for the other routes up there? It was a fun climb, I would say it's an easy .11.|
By Brett Stiefken
May 26, 2007
I believe the climb your refering to is Original Sin, 10c which would make it around 5.11 since most of the older routes in the canyon are sandbagged. It's just left of another sport route with missing hangers, and right of a cave/gully.
The only guidebook I've seen any of these Poudre routes in is Peter Hubbel's out of print guidebook called 'Front Range Crags' 1993.
They will probably be in Craig Luebbens new guidebook when it's finished.
By Scott Matz
From: Loveland, CO
Mar 20, 2009
|One of my favorite car trad climbs, I'm not a big fan of road climbing, but this line is awesome!!!|
By Ivan Rezucha
From: Fort Collins, CO
Oct 17, 2010
More detail on getting there:
From Stove Prairie Road, head west a couple of miles to The Narrows, where climbable rock closes in on the road on both sides. Shortly after you cross the bridge which puts you on the north side of the river, East of Eden, the obvious, large, right-facing dihedral, will be facing you on the right side of the road. There is a small pullout on the right, and there is a large lone pine tree on a ledge a little right of the dihedral.