Tonto, Ragged Edges Wall 5.5

 
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Red Rocks, Nevada USA

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Chris McNamara

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Aug 25, 2003 - 08:08am
 
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Matt M

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   Oct 28, 2003 - 02:26pm
Cool "date" route - easy and fun, it's a good intro to chicken heads at the top. Rapped from the tree anchor with a single 60m, just makes it. The rap it cool as you drop over the roof to the left of the route for a little free hanging excitement.
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Landgolier

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   Sep 23, 2007 - 02:13pm
4 stars because so much other good easy stuff is nearby as well. Skip the right turn and go all the way up under the sloped out corner/overhang for some truly strange climbing, 5.8c for sure. You can bail off the tree just left at the top with a single 60m, it doesn't make it by much but it's fine. This is indeed a good date/noob route, the rap is a good intro to rapping over an overhang.
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Ragged Edges Wall - Tonto 5.5 - Red Rocks, Nevada USA. Click to Enlarge
The Ragged Edges area in Willow Spring is the most accessible crag in the main canyons at Red Rocks.
Photo: Sarah Felchlin
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