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Climb a shallow, left-facing corner past two bolts to a face with one more bolt. Above, climb the crack on the left side of the face and finish on a ledge with the anchor. The name comes from the establishment of the climbs in this area which happened quickly, on rope solo lead, in less than an hour.
Three bolts and gear from #0.5 to #2 Camalot. Two bolt chain anchor.
From: Glenwood Springs CO
Dec 7, 2010
My first lead and from the ground it looked like it could go free. The gear was a little tricky, but it totally can go free. However, I cliped one bolt protecting the crux. I had a decent #0.4 BD in, but I did not fully trust the rock.
By Jason Kaplan
From: Glenwood ,Co
May 28, 2011
This route can be lead all on gear for sure. Hybrid Aliens (blue/black above the roof) and sliding nuts seemed to be useful in a couple spots (a red and a yellow sliding nut equalized at the roof).