Pureblind Pillar, 5.8-9

5th Pitch- 220’- 5.8/ The most technical portion of the route. Head up the finger crack to the left protecting with a wire before coming across a bolt. The climbing eases. Regarding the variation, you can stay straight and continue, barely reaching a tree to belay on with a 70m rope below the nice looking wall and crack above. If you are going to follow the traditional route, you would venture out right up a 5.6 pitch.
Pureblind Pillar, 5.8-9, 6 Pitches, White Rock Springs Peak, Red Rocks, NV, September, 2008


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