bradenbester:First anchor is after the second pitch so just do a 60m pitch from the ground.
Vikki Weldon:You can walk off or rap off. To rap you need two ropes. The raps are pretty clean and we replaced a bunch of the tat and added some quick links. The benefit to rapping is you don't need to climb with much. But heads up rapping off the final pitch, its pure choss.
Last pitch was amazing. But the rock on the first two pitches are quite bad. I also went off-route on the second last pitch, and pulled the wrong roof.... Quite a few no fall zones on the climb. Do not treat the approach pitches lightly.
Pitch 5 is absolutely the best 5.11 you'll climb in the Rockies about 200 ft off the deck! So rad. This route would be 5 stars, but the quality of the rock on the first 2 pitches (pitch 1 being the grass/dirt/choss scramble) is pretty poor. Just gets better and better though which is rad! Climbed with my little brother Mike, and a second party of my sister Stacey and her husband Benn.