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By Chris Weber
From: Boulder, CO
Jul 28, 2009
Left a C4 #1 on the crux pitch of Cardiac Aretes 7/27/09. Email me if you get it out and want to return it...
Nice to have a #3 and 2 #2s for it, as my #1 tipped out and walked in, apparently.
Edit: I guess there are 2 cracks to choose from on the crux pitch, one just right of the roof is what I did, which is described above. Some say (I didn't really look at it) that the crack about 4 ft right is the originally done route, which supposedly is slightly easier (5.9) and tighter hands. YMMV.
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