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From the end of the approach trail, head right up the hill until you see an obvious slot with a finger crack inside. There is a plaque at the base with the name. The 200 Select Indian Creek guidebook lists this as unnamed 5.10a fingers. A really fun, not too strenuous corner which gives one the option to utilize jamming, stemming, and laybacking techniques. It goes through a range of sizes so one does not need a huge number of any one size cam. The crux comes at the bottom where the crack is thin and requires thin (#0 TCU) protection. This climb makes a great "warmup" for some of this wall's more strenuous routes.
Doubles set of cams including TCUs down to #0. There is no wide stuff on this route.
KG topping out on Ladies first
Garrett Gillest starting up "Ladies First" at age ...
|By Andy Laakmann|
From: Bend, OR
Mar 30, 2007
rating: 5.10a/b 6a+ 19 VI+ E2 5b
Enjoyable route, but it is trickier than it looks - though still fair for the grade (10-). The crux is down low passing an awkward sloping ledge. Bring small cams from green to red alien, 2-3 #2 camelots, 2-3 #1 camelots, #0.75 camelot, and one bigger piece (#3 or #3.5 camelot) for the top.
|By Kevin Gillest|
From: Arvada, CO
Oct 11, 2010
rating: 5.10a 6a 18 VI+ E1 5a
The name may indicate easy money! The crux is low, top of thin section where the route ledges out. Well worth climbing if visiting OMW.
(10a/b is our grade)
|By mike keegan|
From: Denver, Colorado
Oct 18, 2010
awesome photo KG! This route is sweet! Tough crux down low, gravy from there, just fun hand jams all the way to the top.