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This is another fun 5.10 on this shady wall. This endurance route angles left to a couple of crack systems. The crux is finding the easiest way to the leftmost crack. A variety of jams, liebacks, and face moves make the this long route worthwhile.
This is the second route to the left of Churchill.
Cale halfway through the route.
|By A. Wolaver|
From: Golden, CO
May 15, 2008
This route is good, long, and sustained. However, proceed with extreme caution, I have pulled a good sized block off the top quarter and have witnessed spencer take a screamer when a foothold broke in the light rain. The two cruxes, 15 feet from the ground to a good ledge and 25 feet in between crack systems, are on quality rock.
|By Scott Matz|
From: Loveland, CO
Sep 2, 2008
This route is too fun, awesome crimps, sustainable crux. I found a good pincher just left of the fifth bolt. A hard anchor clip, for me @ 5' 9".
|By Clint Ballard|
From: Greeley, CO
Oct 4, 2008
Does anyone know what the route between Jestor and The Rack is?
|By Guy H.|
From: Fort Collins CO
Apr 8, 2010
Clint, the route is in the database and called "In Between the Sheets".