|High Wire Crag
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This route has a couple of sticky moves off the floor and a little crumbly rock above.
7 bolts to a 2 bolt anchor.
Although I was pumped from the sloppers I was read...
BETA PHOTO: Pony Up on the left and Poker Face on the right.
Gracie gliding up with ease.
Margherita climbing Pony Up.
1st climb outdoors - age 10.
Notice the TR. This is what happens when your budd...
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
rating: 5.8 5b 16 VI- 15 HVS 4c
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....
|By Bruce Hildenbrand|
Dec 10, 2013
In October, Dale Haas and I added quicklinks and rappel rings to the anchor. The hardware for this work was provided by the American Safe Climbing Association (www.safeclimbing.org). They appreciate your support.
|By She's Such a B|
From: Lakewood, CO
May 5, 2014
The crux (for me) is just getting on and up past the first bolt.