Matt Wilder has done a new trad line in the Flatirons outside of Boulder, CO.
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Climbing the North Face of the Devil’s Thumb, Cheating Reality (5.14a R) has sequences as hard as V10 over sometimes marginal all natural gear:
Though the route had some fixed gear, I decided to lead it completely on natural protection. This made the route a bit scarier, but also more clean. The first section (up to the end of the aid route) requires some 5.12a R (maybe R/X) climbing in the first 40ft.
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Then the gear gets better. The route’s crux move is well protected by two adjacent pieces.
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After the crux you get some gear before embarking on the headwall but it’s a bit marginal. The final headwall crux (which is about V7) is done with your feet about 5ft above the marginal gear which is about 7ft above the good gear — definitely a bit scary.
Read the rest of the story, and see a few pictures of the route, at Wilder’s blog.