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Shaun Miller making some serious moves.
This route lies in the back right of a small alcove just west of Deck Chairs on the Titanic. Start on the right side of the alcove, about 10 yards to the right of Pee on Dee, and move up to the nice ledge. Follow the crack up and left. You can't use the huge ledge at the top of the climb on the left side - you can use the crack, but no feet or hands on the top of it.
3 bolts to a 2 chain anchor. Addendum: there are optional gear placements to protect you before the 1st bolt.
Shaun Miller making some serious moves (continued)...
Myke Komarnitsky making some really really serious...
Jen getting back into the groove on an easy route.
Amanda Arthur using the extreme knee move. don't t...
|By Anonymous Coward|
May 31, 2005
As of Tuesday May 31, this had scary spinners on the top bolt anchors. I could loosen and tighten them with my fingers!
|By Ian Welch|
From: Denver, CO
Oct 5, 2006
Start directly underneath the first bolt for a more interesting climb.
|By jeremy rudolf|
Nov 9, 2007
Route has newer Fixe anchors w/rap rings. Lots of monster holds. 5.7+ in my book.
|By Alex A|
Mar 11, 2011
rating: 5.7 PG13
WTF, will the morons with the MAGIC MARKS leave them at home. There is a good guidebook, we do not need the routes grade and # on the cliff in magic marker, Graffiti.
Fun, easy climb, 5.7.
|By rob bauer|
From: Golden, CO
Jan 29, 2012
Currently there is only one anchor bolt on the face at the top. (Likely over torqued and sheared off.) Fortunately, there are 2 bolts with chains just up over the top to belay from. (It's nice to belay at the top.) Then you can rap' or walk off.
|By Allen Corneau|
From: Houston, TX
Sep 19, 2012
Got to the top and found only one anchor. Didn't realize there were chains just over the edge, so I down-climbed to the anchors on "Pee on Dee", then down-climbed, and back-cleaned all my draws.
I'd recommend changing out the one ring anchor for a standard hanger. That way folks will know to continue up until they get to the chains.
|By Bill Olszewski|
From: Colorado Springs, CO
Mar 2, 2013
Great route, hard start! Will take a nice cam in the first crack if you don't want to pull the crux unprotected on your way to the high first bolt.