Start with the first pitch of Xenomorph or the 5.5-7R face arcing out to the right. In either case, your destination is the top of the pillar.
Start by setting a nut high in the finger crack and proceed straight up. There are 6 good bolts on the pitch, with the crux coming at the 5th.
See Deville 3 approach. Very nice folks at the Cheley Camp office prefer you sign in.
A single rack should be fine, as the first pitch is only about 100'.
GS climbing the plumb line. The clips are earned b...
P2 - from standing on the unprotected block, reach...
Paul Foster grinning all the way, on P3. He traver...
P2, it's all business, monkey business. Great fun....
Steve borrowed my camera to take this pic.
|Comments on Parallel Universe
|By Greg Sievers|
From: Estes Park, CO
Jun 13, 2007
This crag and its 2, 3-star routes are well worth it. It took me 15 years to get to this backyard crag, but I went back twice more just for the quiet setting. (took my dog, too). The folks at the Camp are extremely pleasant, and it's only about a 30-min. hike in.
Yes, Xenos' start is spicy, but you can shoot up and right for a #0.75 Camalot placement and add a double runner, then make the traverse to the bolt. I'm not too bold, but still think this deserve 2 stars.
As for Parallel Universe - it's probably 10+ overall, but is just a spectacular pump. Nicely bolted. (Is that an oxymoron?)