The Future of Life
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BETA PHOTO: Aquarium Wall, upper routes.
This route takes a steep line up the far left-side of the Aquarium Wall.
Pitch 1: Climb past three bolts on a dirty moss-covered ledge to a two bolt anchor.
Pitch 2: Climb up a short ramp and clip the first of six bolts on a slightly overhanging wall. Power up on good sharp edges to a funky move past the fourth bolt. Gain a small ledge and make a technical move past the fifth bolt and cruise up to the anchor.
Bring 10 quickdraws.
|Comments on The Future of Life
|By Dan Levison|
May 27, 2003
Bravo Bob! Two thumbs up! Crisp edging on steep granite high above the creek make this a quality route, and a nice addition to Bell Buttress.
Environmental destruction? - please give me a break Roger...
|By Anonymous Coward|
Aug 28, 2004
What is the appeal of putting that much work into bolting another generic sportclimb?
|By Alpha Male 275|
Sep 6, 2004
Rest assured the" future of life" will be well bolted and bear the name of the great Bob D.
|By david goldstein|
Jul 16, 2008
This is a pretty darn good pitch, as are Nowhere Man and Huck Finn. Once again Bob D impresses with his ability to unearth gems from the unlikeliest of mines.
|By Tony B|
From: Around Boulder, CO
Aug 15, 2010
Pretty good climbing, Too bad it is not longer. Don't let the 11+ grade scare you- it is not that hard and it is very closely bolted.