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Frosted Flake is located directly left of Caramel Corner. It is easily identified by the large anvil-like ledge about 20 feet off the deck. Climb up the face and do a tricky mantle onto the top of the ledge. Keep going up the pebbles until you get to a small cave. This is the crux. Check out the small tunnel created by the water.
Good toprope anchors at top. Several bolts, trees, etc.
|Comments on Frosted Flake
|By kevin jenkins|
Jun 30, 2004
rating: 5.9- 5c 17 VI HVS 4c
This is a route that is great for a solid 5.7 climber to push themselves on. There are plenty of ways to make this easier - but with a good eye for the route and some good planning, this could make for a great "graduation" to the next level!
|By Garrick Muehlnickel|
Jul 19, 2009
Frosted Flakes is a 5.10+ climb (more like 5.11) straight up from the right angling ledge. I think the description may be wrong.
|By Patrick Shwartz|
From: Thornton, CO
Oct 17, 2012
rating: 5.10+ 6b+ 21 VII+ E3 5b
I agree with Garrick, no way this is a 5.9 climb, noticeably harder.