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Prestige Worldwide Wall

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Big Ellie's Little Crack T 
Bolts & Hoes S 
Drowned Rat T 
F**king Catalina Wine Mixer S 
Feeding The Rat TR 
Flaked Out T 
Gilded Lady, The S 
Kung Fu 
Mud Bath T 
Night Hawk 
One Rat Too Many T 
Pack Rat T 
Pine Tree Eliminate T 
Rain Delay T 
Rat Rod T 
Seams Thin T 
Slabs Direct T 
Slap or Die 
Stay Golden Pony Boy 
Tetherly T 
Trailside Traverse  
Uptown Girl 
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Prestige Worldwide Wall  

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Submitted By: chinos on Feb 17, 2011


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BETA PHOTO: Approach to Prestige Worldwide.

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Prestige Worldwide Wall is found uphill behind the Nightworm Pinnacle. The Rebel Wall can be seen to the right. The small crag has an steep/overhanging section and a short slab with moderates around the corner to the left. The crag is protected from the wind and receives morning and early afternoon sun.

The Nightworm Pinnacle offers a couple moderate climbs to hit on the way up to Prestige Worldwide. There are some boulders on the trail up to mess around on as well.

Getting There 

Park the same as Nightworm Pinnacle 8.0 miles up the canyon. It is across from the New Economy Cliff. Cross the road and follow a loose trail to the base of the Nightworm Pinnacle. Scramble around the right side of Nightworm and follow the wash to the right uphill past cairns. Prestige Worldwide will be hidden behind a large cedar tree on the left. The approach will be about 10 minutes uphill from the road.

Per Mark Derham: the pullout is just past mile marker 264.


A. Big Ellie's Little Crack, 7, 1p, 35', gear.

B. Rain Delay, 7+, 1p, 40', gear.
CB. Drowned Delay, 7, 1p, 40', gear or TR.
C. Drowned Rat, 7 PG-13, 1p, 35', gear.
D. Feeding The Rat, 8+, 1p, 40', TR.
E. One Rat Too Many, 8 or 9+, 1p, gear or TR.

F. Seams Thin, 6, 1p, 55', gear.
G. Slabs Direct, 6, 1p, 55', gear.
H. TR, 8, 1p, 55', TR.
I. Rat Rod, 6, 1p, 55', gear.
J. Pine Tree Eliminate, 4, 1p, 55', gear.
K. Flaked Out, 7, 1p, 55', gear.

L1. Pack Rat Dihedral Finish, 4 or 7 PG-13, 1p, 55', gear.
L2. Pack Rat, 7 PG-13, 1p, 55', gear.
M. Tetherly, 7, 1p, 55', gear & bolts.
N. 60 Candles, 9, 1p, 55', TR.

O1. F**king Catalina Wine Mixer, 11, 1p, 40', bolts.
O2. The Gilded Lady, 12, 1p, 40', bolts.
P. Bolts & Hoes, 11-, 1p, 50', bolts.
Q. Mud Bath, 9+, 1p, 50', gear.

R. Splitter Crack, 5, 12', boulder.

Climbing Season

Weather station 5.5 miles from here

23 Total Routes

['4 Stars',0],['3 Stars',4],['2 Stars',6],['1 Star',13],['Bomb',0]

The Classics

Mountain Project's determination of some of the classic, most popular, highest rated routes for Prestige Worldwide Wall:
Bolts & Hoes   5.11a 6c 22 VII+ 22 E3 5c     Sport, 1 pitch, 50'   
F**king Catalina Wine Mixer   5.11b 6c 23 VIII- 23 E3 5c     Sport, 1 pitch, 40'   
The Gilded Lady   5.12c 7b+ 27 IX- 27 E6 6b     Sport, 1 pitch, 40'   
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One Rat Too Many 5.8 5b 16 VI- 15 HVS 4c  CO : Golden : ... : Prestige Worldwide Wall
This ascends the bushy crack to the offwidth finish left of Seams Thin and right of Feeding the Rat.Start up an easy crack system passing 3 bushes. Continue up to the offwidth. There are still some loosish chockstones in the offwidth that refused to comeout on lead. A #4 Camalot fits just before the crux. A #5 Camalot (old style) would have been nice for the double Gaston offwidth finish. There really is no ideal anchor up above. You can get a decent t...[more]   Browse More Classics in CO

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Approach trail, near Nightworm Pinnacle.
BETA PHOTO: Approach trail, near Nightworm Pinnacle.
Approach further up trail.
BETA PHOTO: Approach further up trail.
Left side of Prestige Worldwide Crag.
BETA PHOTO: Left side of Prestige Worldwide Crag.
Left side of PWWW.  Yellow - Drenched Rat, 7 PG-13...
Left side of PWWW. Yellow - Drenched Rat, 7 PG-13...
Prestige Worldwide....
Prestige Worldwide....
A shot from the pullout....
A shot from the pullout....

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By Jay Samuelson
From: Denver CO
Feb 17, 2011
Nice work, guys! Looks sweet!
By Monomaniac
From: Morrison, CO
Mar 1, 2011
Nice crag name! How do you feel about playing pre-1980 Billy Joel covers?
By HankForce
Mar 5, 2011
Hey listen, m... f..., we only do '80s Joel! So take your ... wife and get the f... out of here! Let's keep it '80s, and let's keep it fun!
By Mike Morin
From: On the Road
Mar 7, 2011
I was poking around the canyon today and took a walk up the hill to check this place out. It's a cool little spot. My only thought was that you might consider camouflaging the chains you installed, so they don't stand out so much.
By Mark Derham
From: Lakewood, CO
Nov 26, 2013
The pullout for this area is just west of mile marker 264 on the south side of the canyon. Went there today and had to do a couple u-turns to find the correct pullout with the directions above.
By She's Such a B
From: Lakewood, CO
Apr 2, 2014
A little more beta for the approach, if you park in the pullout with the large back boulder, you need to walk about 1/8th of a mile west along the road before you cross. You will see a cairn marking the faint climber's trail and the Nightworm Pinnacle to the left.
By Jason Platt
Aug 31, 2014
This is a unique little climbing area which I thought was pretty fun. It has a bit of an adventure feel to it. The approach is pretty steep. When you arrive, you have the choice of a good number of very undeveloped lines with a couple of rap anchors to get back down. There is actually a good amount of good low angle intro trad up here. Plus it is very secluded for CC. You'll most likely be the only group there which is nice for busy weekends.
By David Tennant
From: Denver, CO
Jul 27, 2015
Thank you for whoever put in the rap stations, this is a cool little place. Be careful on your way up to the crag, steep and loose in many sections.
By Parker Wrozek
Sep 21, 2015
The approach sucks, be really careful not to rain rock on people or the road.

The routes are short but interesting enough. The gear is good on most of the lines. The bolted lines are good or look good.

I am doubtful I will go back, but it was fun for a day outing.
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