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This is an awesome route. Tough and steep, it never stops coming at you until you have clipped all five bolts and reached the anchors. After crossing the creek, on the approach, look for the second route as you are walking uphill, or upstream, along the base of the lower tier of the Titanic. The route will have two obvious roof and 5 bolts. Start up the steep wall. Jog left through the first roof. Gain a vertical section then crank the next roof. After some creative positioning on the upper headwall, you will be able to clip the anchors.
Quickdraws will be sufficient
|By Brandon Schirm|
From: colorado springs, co
Sep 18, 2007
Good route a real pump fest. Nice moves on good holds.
May 23, 2011
rating: 5.10d 6b+ 21 VII+ E3 5b
The folks I was with called this 10b, and I greatly underestimated it. Went straight over the roof, and it was really difficult, then later TR'd it going left at the roof, which was a bit easier. Clipping the bolt above the first roof would be kind of hairy. Luckily, my partner left the draws up.
Very devious route and very pumpy. I was pretty tired after doing it.