Great Chimney Area
L to R
R to L
Bastard Chimney, The T,TR
Coup d'Etat T,TR
Cracker Jack T,TR
Dirty Day TR
Get Jacked T,TR
Good, the Bad, and the Jacked (Direct), The T,TR
Good, the Bad, and the Jacked, The T,TR
Handle With Care T,TR
Hot Beef Injection T
Match the Snatch T,TR
Milking the Bull TR
Pale Rider T
Perverted Inspiration T,TR
Practice Chimney T
Son Of Great Chimney T
Son of Great Chimney Direct T,TR
Whipping Boy T
Wild West Homo T,TR
A climb with a blend of thin crack climbing, fun face moves, and a desperate dynamic to finish. It'll make you sweat! Thin crack offers solid gear placements through entire climb. Route starts just to the left of a flaky crack (Handle with Care, 5.5), and can be accessed through Great Chimney (actually more of a gully and the bottom can be tricky).
small cams and a couple of small stoppers work great
By Steve Sangdahl From: eldo sprngs,co May 23, 2002
i think the first ascent was by rich bechler and dave groth
By Jay Knower Administrator From: Campton, NH May 24, 2002
For a lead, the pro is small yet pretty solid (Lowe Balls, .1 and .2 Camalots, and #0 Metolius TCUs) ...probably the best protected 5.11 at the Lake.
By Leo Hski Nov 27, 2006
Wasn't this originally a Bill Lenz aid route called Cowgirls in the Sand?
By James M Schroeder From: Sauk County, WI May 2, 2007 rating: 5.11a/b 6c 23 VIII- 23 E3 5c
I think this may be a little easier if you're tall... I can reach the crux undercling with both my feet in the giant horizontal...
By David A Groth From: Lacrosse May 5, 2007
I am not sure if it was Bill lenz or Bill Russel. But it was called Cow girl in the sand
By Steve Sangdahl From: eldo sprngs,co May 6, 2007
Yo Punters,I am pretty sure this was not aided by Swilliam Russell.
peace and fuk-nes
By Remo From: Madison, WI Sep 17, 2009 rating: 5.11a/b 6c 23 VIII- 23 E3 5c
Great gear on this route!