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Bearded Outlaw 
He's an Angry Elf 
NoName 01 
NoName 02 aka Shark's Tooth 
NoName 1 aka Graybeard 
NoName 3 aka Stay True 
NoName 4 aka Moral Decay 
NoName 5 aka Roadside Attraction 
NoName 5.1 (Unnamed 5.10a Toprope) 
NoName 6 aka The Ballerina 
NoName 6.3 aka Primadona 
NoName 6.5 
NoName 6.7 
NoName 7 aka Spinefish 
Original Route 
Pass the Ditchie 
Road Runner 
Short Sport in the Short Fort 
Squeeze, The 
Traditional Values 
Two Tone 
Unknown 5.Easy 
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The Squeeze 

YDS: 5.10b French: 6a+ Ewbanks: 19 UIAA: VII- British: E2 5b

Type: Sport, 1 pitch, 30'
Consensus:  YDS: 5.10c French: 6b Ewbanks: 20 UIAA: VII British: E2 5b [details]
FA: Tyler Vaughan, Michael Schneiter
New Route: Yes
Season: All Year, Shade at 3pm in Summer
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Submitted By: TylerVaughan on Jul 11, 2012
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Climb jugs to the first bolt then pull a V1 boulder problem through the next two bolts and finish on easy climbing trending left.


This is on the far right of the lower wall, between a 5.9 cave route on the right and the Shark's Tooth, .10c, on the left.


4 bolts, it shares anchor with Shark's Tooth.

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By TylerVaughan
From: Glenwood Springs, Colorado
Aug 25, 2012

Haha, I think there might be a bee hive somewhere near, but I never saw any wasp or hornets. My friend Jeremy climbed it the other day w/ some friends and said it was enjoyable. He didn't mention any flying creatures.

By Michael Schneiter
From: Glenwood Springs, CO
Aug 26, 2012

Sounds like you're talking about my wife's cousin. He is new to Glenwood and hence, new to the Puoux. It sounded like there was some wasps in the huecos that are at the start of this climb and the 9 to the right.

And, I would caution with calling someone you don't know a noob just because he coudn't identify what route he was on. He has a lot of experience and some solid skills.