|The Whistle Pig
The Whistle Pig
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BETA PHOTO: The Whistle Pig.
This is a short, beginner climbing area. There are [four] routes with top accessible anchors.
Follow the directions to the Bombardier Dome, and once there, head south through the trees to the Whistle Pig sitting at the edge of the large meadow. Top access can be achieved via a short 4th class weakness on the northeast side of the rock.
4 Total Routes
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Squeal Like Porky Pig 5.10 6b 20 VII- E2 5b
: South Platte
: ... : The Whistle Pig
20 feet right of Making Bacon, look for overhang with crack above it. On the left side, climb up to an overhang, follow the crack. It is run out after the crack ends. Climb slab to the top, the belay anchors tricky to find. There are limited cracks at the top, save a #0.5 Camalot and small stoppers for belay anchor. We used the rope to set up a belay as the 2 anchor placements are about 8 feet apart, one right of small dead tree and one of left of it. ...[more] Browse More Classics in CO
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BETA PHOTO: The Whistle Pig can be seen below the Bombardier D...
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|By Andy Ball|
From: Denver, CO
Nov 10, 2013
Sweet view from the top of this feature. Great perspective of the whole Staunton Rocks area.