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A shot of me pulling through the first cruxy secti...
This is an excellent new sport route on the left side of the Sentinel, just to the right of I Spy. It is approximately 100' long with double bolt anchors at the top (not visible from the ground, bring gear to setup a toprope), a 60m rope will just make it down in one rap. It is a fun route for moderate leaders with good position and exposure.
Another shot of Fogline showing the whole route, t...
Mike Amato cranking the move at the fifth bolt.
At the second bolt on Fogline.
High on Fogline. I Spy is the corner to the left.
Charles at the start - Dec 11, 2004.
Charles taking in the view.
Charles reveling in his ultimate conquest of Mothe...
Great rock, until nature reclaims it.
Roth showing his Guns on Fogline.
|By Brian Hansen|
From: West of Boulder, CO
Aug 20, 2003
Fine route that will be even better when it cleans up a bit.
|By Matt Juth|
Apr 5, 2004
Still a little dirty. Very exciting route with good exposure. You can downclimb the bottom of I spy if you don't have a 60m.
|By George Bell|
From: Boulder, CO
Jun 28, 2004
This is a fun and safe route! The river crossing is tricky this time of year, and the poison ivy is exploding with all the rain. But once you get to it this route is very nice. The top 3 bolts or so seem places too far left as it's easiest to climb the arete at the end. This route has a lot of 5.9 moves on it but has no obvious crux.
|By Anonymous Coward|
Jun 28, 2004
You can find the crux if you traverse left instead of hitting the arete near the top. It goes, but does not feel like the natural line.
|By Jay Eggleston|
Sep 10, 2009
Lots of lichen on this one, but the movement is fun and it is certainly worth doing if in the area.
Sep 13, 2010
The only detraction on this route was a bit of lichen, and possibly bolts near potential gear placements. Long, continuous stretch of good rock. Bolt locations were good, in that the route isn't dangerous, but kept my attention. Getting to the 2nd bolt was kind of exciting, as some of the holds reminded me of holds that have blown out on me before, usually sending me for a good ride. All in all, definitely worth doing and probably the best route on The Sentinel.
From: Lyons, CO
Apr 17, 2011
Certainly a worthy route. The anchor is in an awkward spot should have some chains added to replace the Metolius rap hangers. The crux is probably the desperate face at the top that everyone avoids by climbing the arete, but there is plenty of sustained climbing throughout. Fun route. I didn't notice too much lichen compared to other routes in SSV.