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Brad near the top of the route.
Cross the river and head left for about 30 yards after you hit the wall. There is a block sticking out at ground level at the base of the cliff which is where the climb starts. The route is 10-15 feet left of the block following a gray streak to the roof.
7 bolts to a 2 bolt anchor just under the roof.
|Comments on Mariscos Lambada
Apr 5, 2012
I put this route up with John Bissel in the fall or 1994. It's original name is Gook-a-nook. It had the distinction of being the first 5.8 in RMP at the time. Bill Gibson
|By Michael Schneiter|
From: Glenwood Springs, CO
Jun 26, 2012
All lead bolts and anchor bolts were replaced recently with hardware from the ASCA. Several bolts were moved to make this a much better lead. Enjoy!