The Ripple is a short cliff band that lies above the Granite Sea but below the Greyrock Summit trail on the east side of the massif. Unlike the other areas here, The Ripple is best for short crack leads/TRs, and is more likely an end-of-the-day affair rather than a destination, like the The South Slabs or the Southeast Face. The rock here is as solid as anywhere else on Greyrock, and the climbs are fun, but it seems they're not so well-traveled; expect lichen - a brush and a spirit of adventure will be useful.
A couple approaches will get you to The Ripple.
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Crack-a-Goo-Goo 5.8 Trad, TR, 1 pitch, 30 feet
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Crack-a-Goo-Goo 5.8 CO : Fort Collins : ... : The Ripple
Quite lichenous, but nevertheless a good route. Begin the wider-than-fists crack utilizing features on the face and in the crack to gain a short section of decent fists that tapers to hand jams, then to thin hands, and arches right, facilitating the transition to a layback. Solid jamming and good rock make this a worthwhile, if short, line....[more] Browse More Classics in CO