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Climb is on the right.
This is a GREAT route! It gets plenty of sun in the morning. The holds are fairly large and straightforward, not many small crimpers or side pulls. Beware the rubble, I dislodged a few pebbles on this route last month. The crux occurs near the top, between bolts 7 & 9. Stay off the face to the right, and reach high with a left hand for a decent horn. Use hand jams in an obvious horizontal crack just past the crux to attain the summit. Take your time at the top and enjoy the view!
Once you get to the crag, go uphill past 15 or so routes. Enterprise is just to the left of Phase Dance, a 12a with 2 roofs that lies almost in the corner of a prominent alcove.
10 bolts with coldshut hangers on the way up, a 2-bolt anchor.
Tara sending Enterprise.
Enterprise with Opportunist on the left. Photo by ...
At the third bolt.
Dana Walenta gunning the rope.
|By Dean Cool|
From: Boulder, CO
Oct 10, 2006
Great Climb. Be careful of some loose rock near the top.
|By Crag Dweller|
From: Denver, CO
Mar 29, 2007
I climbed this on 3/25 and pulled off one of the holds along with a big chunk of rock surrounding it, which made things exciting for my belayer. I was a bit amped up on adrenaline afterward and can't say which bolt I'd passed before it happened but I think it was between the 4th and 5th. I doubt the grade of the route is affected but would be curious to see if anyone else notices the hold's absence.
|By Jason Halladay|
From: Los Alamos, NM
Nov 13, 2007
I agree with Mr. Opland here. Enterprise is a tad easier and definitely better than its neighbor, The Opportunist. Nice long route.
Nov 28, 2010
Climbed this route yesterday - the anchors are very worn and are in need of replacement.
|By Dan G0D5H411|
From: Colorado Springs, CO
Oct 2, 2011
The anchor bolts themselves are in good condition. The very worn coldshuts were replaced with a hanger and chains on 10-1-11.