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This entry includes west-facing cliffs much like the bulk of the North Table Mountain routes. These cliffs are to the west of the actual quarry and to the north of the more popular parts of North Table.
Turn east off of CO-93 onto Pine Ridge Road, then turn left at Wyoming Circle. There is a parking lot here for the north trailhead. Follow the trail up to the base of the cliffs.
A. Hardly Huge Hanger Holes High Overhead (aka Homemade), 10, 1p, 40', bolts.
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This is the first route in the new book, the title says it all. I'm guessing this is a Todd Anderson route, from maybe 20 years back. This guess is based on the unique style of hanger that is used, combined with the reachy nature of their placement. It's a nice enough little line, scramble up to the base of the slab, pull through a balancy sequence, up to some crimpers, into a weird corner, and off to the chains....[more] Browse More Classics in CO
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