|Brown Cloud Rocks
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This obvious natural line has no doubt been climbed for decades but surprisingly doesn't appear in the guidebook. The crux come a few feet off the ground, pulling out of the chimney. After that, it follows a fingers-to-hands crack. There's a fun jamming move that takes you within scrambling distance of the clifftop, where you can build with natural pro or use one of the neighboring sport anchors (using the Pee on Dee anchor will require a short, easy downclimb).
This ascends the crack system between Pee On Dee and Windy Days.
Light rack to 3".
BETA PHOTO: Looking down the crack.
BETA PHOTO: About 3/4s of the way up looking at the Pee on Dee...
|By Jay Eggleston|
Feb 5, 2013
rating: 5.8 5b 16 VI- HVS 4c
Unless you want to climb another 10' to the top, it is easiest to use the Pee on Dee anchor to descend without climbing past it.
|By Kevin Chuba|
From: Salt Lake City, UT
Jul 19, 2013
Climbed this last night after WX rolled into the Flatirons. Only has one rap ring for an anchor at the top, be careful. The other looked chopped or just busted from rust. Bring some 180 grit sand paper to this crag as to make a non-greasy start. Classic slimy holds unlike anything I'm use to.