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This is the furthest route to the left at The Riviera and is to the left of Lease Agreement.
Start by climbing up a chossy, angling crack system to a tree where pro is slim. Be aware of plenty of loose boulders. Then climb up some severely lichen covered steps. Once the hard climbing is over, angle right 30-40 feet to a tree with a rappel anchor. Rap ~90 feet to the bottom.
Some serious gardening and brush work is needed on this route to be even considered for a star. Why I thought this was a good idea to climb, I am still pondering.
Medium cams. Pro for the first 40 feet to the tree is bleak, but the climbing is easy.
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|By Leo Paik|
From: Westminster, Colorado
Aug 23, 2013
This route actually angles left the entire time. It finishes up 180' near the base of The Bihedral and is mostly a face climb. What is described here is a different route.