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Although I was pumped from the sloppers I was read...
This route has a couple of sticky moves off the floor and a little crumbly rock above.
7 bolts to a 2 bolt anchor.
BETA PHOTO: Pony Up on the left and Poker Face on the right.
1st climb outdoors - age 10.
Notice the TR. This is what happens when your budd...
Margherita climbing Pony Up.
Grant Stockford on Pony Up.
Gracie gliding up with ease.
JK leading Pony Up, nice relaxing afternoon.
|By Rob Mullen|
Sep 13, 2001
Watch out for the bees!!! If it weren't for getting stung about 5 times after stinking my hand in a bee's nest on the way down, I would have loved this climb. Harder than it looks from the bottom, what you think are juggas turn out to be slopas.
|By Anonymous Coward|
Jun 20, 2004
There are new anchors for this route as of 6-20-04. Two 1/2 inch powers expansion bolts with Metolius hangers and chains. One need not share the anchors with Poker Face any longer and both routes can be set up for toproping simultaneously.
|By Nate Oakes|
May 15, 2006
Thanks to whoever put up those chains....
|By Adam Plate|
Jul 7, 2009
Also watch out for snakes - if my friend hadn't been climbing the adjacent route and forewarned me, I would have grabbed a snake that was chilling on one of my handholds.
|By Robbie Flick|
From: Denver, CO
May 23, 2011
Surprisingly high quality route. Moves off the deck were a little stiff, after that is much easier but still lots of fun.
|By Brandon Ware|
From: Littleton, CO
Jun 2, 2011
I climbed this route today, nice warmup. In the large pocket directly to the right of the 4th bolt, there is a bee nest forming. Heads up!
|By Ben Lesavoy|
Nov 3, 2012
Climbed this route about 2 weeks ago, and half of the bolts were loose including the anchor bolts. There are loose bolts on Poker Face also. Just a heads up....