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Jon B. Half way up Feline.
Feline is a line thats hard to miss. It's just upstream a ways from Merry Maids, the huge, left-facing dihedral. If you're on the Ice Caves side of the stream, follow the path upstream from Merry Maids for about 60 yards (past the tiny cave) and you will see a dim fork in the trail, take it up left and there you are. You can also wade across the stream at a pullout just up the road from the bridge, or you can walk downstream from the Bauhaus. Either way, the route is distinct and long with big, long blocks protruding out. Scramble up the the start and get gunnin'. This route is super fun with huge no hands rests in places. Milk the rests, and you will send. The moves are great and challenging between the rests. Big, blocky sidepulls lead to places to shake out and clip. The route is super well-protected and the climbing is never desperate. Enjoy!
You'll need 10 draws and you can lower off from fixed draws at the anchors. You might want to bring 2 more if you're setting up a toprope....
Milking the first no hands rest on this pumpy, but...
Pete Winter on Feline - 5.11a.
Me on Feline!
Ice in a cave near Feline.
Me chillin' with the Feline.
|By Tony Cappa|
Apr 18, 2002
I'm sorry. FA by Rob Candelaria
|By Andy Mauk|
Jun 16, 2003
Feline as been downrated 11a according to the new guidebook.
|By Brian Gallant|
May 28, 2004
Feline is an awesome route...definitely worth doing!
|By Torrey S.|
May 20, 2009
I did this at thirteen years old and haven't climbed for almost 6 months!
|By Lynn S|
May 21, 2009
Nice work, Torrey, off the couch to TR an 11!
From: Glenwood Springs, CO
Aug 22, 2011
Great route, just wish I could have gotten on before the extreme amounts of shoe rubber, grease, and chalk.
|By nate post|
Apr 20, 2012
I thought this route was super! Yeah, it's more polished than my walnut dining table after I have used lemon pledge on it. But that being said, the holds are big, and I think it is a must do 5.11.