Average Rating : 4.37 out of 5
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Route Summary | Ascent Notes (27)
Mark Limage 2005
This route climbs a slabby face with white rock in the lower half and red rock in the upper half. It is lovated about 150 yards to the east of the parking are. The lower half of the face is hidden by the fin of rock with forms the east wall of the Front Corridor. It is an enjoyable and well bolted route wich makes for an excellent introduction to multi-pitch climbing.
Rapell down. Only one rope needed.
Submitted by: richardvg03 on 2008-03-26
Route ID: 92690
My first multi-pitch climb. I wanted to do this one before trying Unimpeachable Groping. It's a slight pain in the ass to find the anchors needed to rappel to the first belay, but well worth the search. It becomes so slabby that you're practically crawling by the end of the second pitch.
Did this with a spouse and two kids (11 and 12)! Beautiful day, walked right up. Rapped into start and then lead both pitches. We decided to walk off by going up and then heading left (as you face the cliff). Easy 5.1 down climb in a chimney otherwise just walking down the ridge to the left of the climb. Outstanding multi-pitch easy sport route. Great intro to Red Rocks climbing.