|Pup Tent of Solitude
Climb the left side of the slabby, black pinnacle. A somewhat tricky move off the ground leads to a chossy ledge before a smooth face. When the going gets thin, you can reach left and grab the arete. There is a crimpy, smeary crux between third and fourth bolt. It is listed as a 5.8, but it seems a bit harder than other 5.8s in the area.
This is just left of Tooth or Consequences on a cool, freestanding, black pinnacle.
|Comments on Nose Picking Good
|By RIck Norman|
From: Glenwood springs, co
Sep 24, 2011
This route might be my favorite at The Tent for being an easy climb. It has some exposure.