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Adam showing us how it gets done. (1 of 3)
In the middle of the rock at the base is a tiny cave-like something. Start there, traverse a a little right, and generally follow the crack up.
Adam. (2 of 3)
Adam. (3 of 3)
David working out the sit-start.
Carter Lake is beautiful....
|By Steve "Crusher" Bartlett|
Feb 15, 2002
This deserves three stars. A real fun problem, steep and juggy, which gets you just high enough you do not want to come off. you can start on the left (as in the picture #1), but the first hold is razor sharp. it's definitely more pleasant to start direct. Surprised to see the old B1 style ratings still bandied about. As I recall, this means that the problem has had more than one second ascent, by at least two other people other than the first ascentionist, (and unrelated to the first ascentionist), on non-consecutive days, or something like that.
|By Jeremy Franz|
From: Berthoud, CO
Aug 5, 2008
Definitely harder than V0. I'd say V2+ for the standing start (see photo 1 of 3) and V3 for the sit start.