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A sweet route for all the sugar-fiends out there. There is a low crux at the second bolt, and then a second crux clipping the anchors.
Second route down stream from the chimney at the end of Monster Wall.
|Comments on Cookie Monster
|By Arthur Sullivan|
May 29, 2009
rating: 5.8+ 5b 16 VI- HVS 4c
Excellent moderate route. Long and varied climbing. Thought clipping the anchors was a bit difficult for 5.8. Don't miss the hidden pocket left of the anchors which makes life easier at the top.
Oct 4, 2009
This climb wanders a lot, but has solid holds if you are willing to move around. Goes waaaay to the left above the first bolt, but comes back for a crux at the second bolt. Look for the holds, they are there!
|By Jeremy Aslaksen|
From: Albuquerque, NM
Jul 12, 2010
|By Jason Halladay|
From: Los Alamos, NM
Jul 12, 2010
rating: 5.8 5b 16 VI- HVS 4c
There's a difference between complaining and constructive criticism. Complaining is useless while constructive criticism is helpful and has a high probability of ensuring corrective action is taken. This comment is more of the former. The climbers that took the time, effort and expense to put in a route for all of us to climb are nice guys who are very interested in safety and climbers enjoying the routes.
If you can be more specific about which bolt(s) you found to be HORRIBLY placed, I'm confident the FA guys will take that into consideration. I know Josh has personally moved bolts on other routes he has put up after hearing feedback from others. He allowed me to add an additional bolt and chain to the anchor on Pegasus after I got unnecessarily concerned about the anchor. He was not offended or bothered by my suggestion as he has the utmost respect for the safety of us climbers at UEF.
Also, I'm pretty sure this line was TRed before being bolted as the majority of routes at UEF have been.
Placing bolts isn't as easy as it may seem. Many considerations must be taken into account and the best rock for the bolt isn't always right inline with the climbing. This is especially true at UEF given the rock quality.
From: Los Alamos, New Mexico
Jun 9, 2013
The bolting is just fine on this route... !