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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 
Twister 
Two Tone 
Unknown 5.Easy 
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Traditional Values 

YDS: 5.6 French: 4c Ewbanks: 14 UIAA: V British: S 4b

   
Type:  Sport, 1 pitch, 60'
Consensus:  YDS: 5.7 French: 5a Ewbanks: 15 UIAA: V+ British: MVS 4b [details]
FA: unknown
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Submitted By: dbyte on Jun 9, 2007
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Description 

Since the Western Sloper guidebook was published, this route has been bolted with bolt anchors @ its top. The route is ~50 feet left of NoName 1. Follow a discontinuous crack up & right before heading left to the anchors.


Protection 

6 bolts.



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By Jason Kaplan
From: Glenwood ,Co
Apr 6, 2012

It goes all trad for sure, you probably ought to pretend you're soloing once the crack ends. There's even another easy route to the right of this that could go on gear too with a fixed pin up below the tree, maybe 5.5 tops.

By Jason Kaplan
From: Glenwood ,Co
Apr 21, 2012

Well, I was out soloing yesterday and noticed a bunch of powder on the rock as I was soloing up to the right of Traditional Values. Thought it was strange as I never see anyone climb it, so a pile of chalk was unlikely (I don't use it till about 5.10). It wasn't chalk I realized as I looked up at 2 new glue-ins beside the tree with the webbing. The glue was still drying.