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Mike Amato working through the crux on TR.
Starting just left of 20th Century Man, climb up fairly good holds to a thin face section just before a small roof/outcrop. Pull over the roof onto easier rock.
6 bolts to anchors.
BETA PHOTO: Spiney Ridge - left.
Sunday Pockets is renamed 20...
Fury resting in the middle of the climb...Go Wild ...
|By Chamo Breslin|
Sep 7, 2004
Sharp hold at the crux. It's possible to top rope this route after leading 21st Century Man; just leave a quickdraw on the anchors as a directional as you are lowered off of 21st to cancel the potential pendulum.
|By Michael Amato|
May 10, 2005
We TR'd this route last weekend as Chamo describes above. I found the climb to be of good qualtiy with fairly well placed bolts... a good route to come back and lead.
|By Rich Aschert|
Aug 29, 2006
Excellent technical route.
From: Durango, CO
Nov 26, 2007
Awesome route! Only thing keeping it from classic status is the length. Good sustained climbing once the crux begins up to the chains. Pretty sharp holds and stellar movement over bomber rock.
May 11, 2009
Well said, lbishop. Were this longer, it would easily get 4 stars. Great moves on it. Made for a nice cool down after a long hard day!
|By Tom Erickson|
Feb 18, 2012
So I climbed this route about three weeks ago. The right anchor was in pretty bad shape. I'm not sure how anchor replacement initiative works, but I would definitely recommend this route to be put on the list. Awesome route by the way.