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Two Moon Buttress 

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This is the section of wall that faces east and sits uphill and left from the Main Wall.

Getting There 

Hike past the Main Wall and uphill.


A. Two Moon Buttress, 5.12a.
B. Seeking Clarity, 10-11a/b, 1p, bolts.
C. No Name 33, 5.10+ (??).

3 Total Routes

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Featured Route For Two Moon Buttress
The upper-left tier at No Name.

NoName 33 5.10+ 6b+ 21 VII+ E3 5b  CO : Glenwood Springs : ... : Two Moon Buttress
On the left side of the upper tier are two routes. The left of these is protected by welded "Gold Shuts", the right by unpainted Metolius hangers. Route 33 is the right hand of the two, and turned up interesting climbing on largely very solid, unpolished limestone. It felt upper 5.10 a week ago (20th Jan), but take the grade with some reservation - harder than 5.10, not harder than moderate 5.11....[more]   Browse More Classics in CO

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