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Work up bomber holds via long reaches, then to left hand sidepull, and over the lip. Gneiss rock, classico.
The obvious, huge boulder encountered on your way up the gully from the mile marker 268.
Pads and spotter.
Martin with his Mavericks sweatshirt.
Sep 20, 2008
rating: V6- 7A
The starting moves are extremely fun and straightforward; however, the finishing crux sequence is crimpy, hard to read/find, and a bit scary. This route deserve all of its four stars. It seemed a bit closer to a 6 than a 5 to me, possibly PG-13 the fall is big from the top.
What does the really long start low and right go at? It looks really slopey with no feet.
|By Nick Venechuk|
From: Golden, CO
Sep 23, 2008
Pad beta is below the lip if you send, 5 feet back in the bushes if you pitch from the lip. PG-13 fall potential for sure, Geoff.
|By Greg Johnson|
Jan 29, 2011
Yes, I'll take credit for this...was friggin' mud-caked when I came across it in 2000 or so. Mike Hickey and I cleaned this and the rest of the boulder, sending Mavericks, 41st Street, etc. Matt Samet got on board and added a bunch later, as did Jade, Mikey Auldrige, and others.
|By Keith H. North|
From: Englewood, CO
May 28, 2011
rating: V5-6 6C+ PG13
This was super fun and super scary 4 stars all the way!!!
Except the hike up SUCKED!!!
Jan 29, 2013
Simply fuckin' amazing!!