An interesting technical sequence in a dihedral that is more interesting than it appears from the ground. Depending on how you feel about stemming this might feel like low 5.10 ground.
As of today this was the 3rd route on the wall if you are approaching from the Cactus Cliff area walking west. From Cactus, the path starts on the left (West) from the switchback in the road just past what used to be the main Cactus Cliff parking lot.
|Photos of Forty Two and No Rinkhals Slideshow
Fury showing how to stem.
|Comments on Forty Two and No Rinkhals
|By Dean Cool|
From: Boulder, CO
Mar 12, 2008
rating: 5.10 6b 20 VII- E2 5b
This is a great climb on quality rock. A bit short but allows for great stemming with lots of pockets. A great option for those busy Cactus Cliff days.
|By Mike Slavens|
From: Denver, Co
Dec 30, 2009
Second the opinion that this is a great option for busy days at Cactus. This wall has enough climbs to spend a day there and this is a must do if you are there.