Pull the Trigger, Tigga
||Sport, Mixed, 1 pitch, 70'
|Consensus: ||M11+ [details]|
|FA: ||Jason Nelson|
|Page Views: ||374|
|Submitted By: ||Bryan Gilmore on Jan 7, 2013|
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Matt on Pull the Trigger.
This is the second route from the right side of the cave, it is usually fixed. Its name is written on the wall in chalk. This route has sparked a bit of a grading war, but this cave is actively degrading, sometimes this makes routes harder, sometimes easier. Having climbed all the roues in the Poser's Lounge in the days prior to sending this, I'd say its really not much harder than Cinnamon and Cider
(another great addition by Jason Nelson) or the Cave Traverse, maybe a bit, thus the +. I feel the crux is up above the lip where your pump makes the moves feel long and delicate. Under the roof, brute strength will see you through the difficulties.
It is the second route from the right side of cave.
It should have fixed draws. If not, a dozen should get you to the chains.
By Jason Nelson 1
From: Ouray, CO
Feb 24, 2014
There is an extension that goes beyond the first set of anchors for another five bolts or so and then back right to anchors on Holy Girlpile Batman. I suppose you could also continue climbing out the arch (Arch Villain) for an even better pump and that would likely be about 12 more bolts!