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|Type: ||Trad, Aid|
|FA: ||Kevin Donald and Paul Sibley, 1981|
|Submitted By: ||paco on Mar 19, 2002|
bad photo, of obvious roof
Coors Roof is the big roof located on the far right end of Batman Rock. While most likely not a popular climb..., it may be worth the hike up for the typical crazy aid climber with nothing better to do.
Make your way up the easy 5.6 slab and belay at the old fixed slings at the base of the roof. From here, start out the roof via old flexing pins praying that they hold just one more person (you) before they pop out. A few cams and nuts will help you top out the roof to a nice ledge with more fixed webbing. Rap from here or continue up 5.7/5.8 slab and crack to the top.
This roof easily goes clean with the help of several fixed pins, a few cams and some nuts. Don't bother hauling any pins way the hell up here.