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The Eyrie Sector is the East face of the Halidome lying essentially above The Chuting Gallery. It is ESE facing and therefore gets better sun than if it was due East facing. The granite is largely too good to be true, honestly. The climbing is both bolted and fully trad. It is easy to imagine a dozen really good routes once things have been flushed out. Presently, two have been established - both excellent.
Approach as for the Catwalk on the Halidome. At the present writing, access is limited to two fixed ropes that you pass on the way to the Catwalk. These need to be ascended using jumars. There is a slighly hairball, unroped scramble that Mark Tarrant and I have used on occasion. Mark replaced the primary fixed line in the Spring of 2012, so it is in excellent shape. The GPS coordinates noted above will put you at the tie-off for Mark's rope. The alcove where all of the climbing begins will be completely obvious from the fixed lines. If something nice jumps out at us, a climbable route may be established off the trail, but, to reiterate, it does not presently exist. You have to jug up and then descend using the same fixed lines.
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The Aerialist climbs the crack and roof system in two excellent pitches.P1: 5.10, all trad, 65 feet. The crack is brilliant. Enough said. Pro runs from a single large cam to protect the flaring start to 6-8 pieces for the crack. These run mostly 0.5 inch to 1.5 inch.P2: 5.11, all bolts, 65 feet. Blast up on excellent rock to the roof above. Negotiate the roof on the right using sidepull slots. A tricky crux comes between bolts 2 and 3....[more] Browse More Classics in CO
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