|Interiors Wall Area
The flake on the outside of the cave area, just right from the easy route.
I don't have FA information or route name but will be happy to add them.
I used a Bigbro to protect the start but a good spot is probably sufficient. Above this you'll need a standard rack - nothing unusual.
Leon near the top.
Brian Verhulst atop the Flake.
|By Greg Sievers|
From: Estes Park, CO
Apr 30, 2009
I started on the right side of this flake to avoid the wide section, then crossed to the left at mid-height. Still about the same rating. Very enjoyable climbing.
The stack of loose blocks on the top will rattle and rattle you. They may not last many more years, and I would not suggest ever putting a cam behind them.
From: Glenwood Springs, CO
Mar 29, 2010
The right side had a nice, crumbling flake that I cleaned off. Glad I knocked on it first, because 1 downward pull was all it took to launch it off.
From: Glenwood Springs CO
Sep 8, 2010
I also started on the right and crossed over due to a lack of Bigbros. It was fun, but wow this is one scary death boulder that will pop if some one tries to protect in it, and I would say the crux is the face moves from the right to left right at that flake but fun and worth doing.
|By Brad Winters|
Oct 8, 2011
rating: 5.8 5b 16 VI- 15 HVS 4c
I put up this cute, little route a long time ago (2003?) and called it Fondon't. At the time I had a penchant for things that leaned up against walls so it just had to be done. It adds to moderates in this area though.
|By Jean Spencer|
From: Boulder, CO
Apr 22, 2013
I also started in the right crack section and traversed left. These moves can be well protected with a #4 high in the right crack before stepping down and over onto the face.