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Stay tuned for an announcement of the transfer to the County, as well as an upcoming celebration at Golden Cliffs to commemorate the legacy of Mayford Peery, who donated the cliffs to the Access Fund in 1994. The event will celebrate 20 years of Access Fund ownership and officially present Golden Cliffs to Jefferson County Open Space.
This crack is not listed in the new Haas/Schneider guide. It looked like a fun crack and it has anchors, so I gave it a go. It is likely a Dan Hare route, or that is my guess anyway.
Climb the fist crack in the block starting at an obvious undercling hold. Once atop the block step across a small chasm and engage the face above. The crack protects well with small nuts. The crux seems to be getting up to the small roof and then pulling over it. This is a fun and challenging gear route.
This crack is located between Volobee and Tenacious. There is a two bolt anchor with rings at the top. Start in front of a large block at the base containing a fist crack. The crack above the block is thin and goes through an obvious, small roof.
Gear to a #2 Camalot. The upper crack takes mostly small nuts. A #4 Camalot will protect the moves in the fist crack at the bottom. There is a two Fixe ring bolt anchor at the top.
By Laura Pyle From: Evergreen, CO May 9, 2010 rating: 5.10c/d6b+21VII+21E3 5b
Felt at least as hard as Volobee. I'd give it an 11-.
By Jason Haas From: Broomfield, CO May 9, 2010 rating: 5.95c17VI17HVS 5a
That really surprises me. Did you climb Volobee straight on, using the small crimps on the face or the crack to the right of the bolts? Either way I'd still say this route is easier than Volobee. I personally thought it was 5.9, even by Table standards. Wild to see the discrepency.
By Laura Pyle From: Evergreen, CO Oct 24, 2010 rating: 5.10c/d6b+21VII+21E3 5b
Climbed this one again today. This time it seemed a bit easier than Volobee but not much. I climbed Volobee straight on, not using the crack on the right.