Under the radar crusher Pete Lowe has added a new problem to the boulders of Red Rocks, NV that is among the hardest in the area. Dubbed The Shining Path and weighing in at a proposed V13, the problem climbs a tall, beautiful arete over a sloped landing. In a recent interview with DPM Lowe described the problem like this:
The line climbs straight up an overhanging arête of chocolate brown bullet rock. The grips are sparse and the crux dyno off of a terrible sloping pinch to a sloping edge sits at around twenty feet.
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After that you still have ten more feet of technical climbing until you’re standing on the summit.
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It is the most breathtakingly aesthetic and intimidating line I have ever aspired to climb.
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Here is some video of Lowe’s attempts on the line which gives you a good sense of what the problem is like:
In the end Lowe ended up using a slightly different start when he sent the line although he’s indicated a lower start is definitely possible and would be somewhere in the V14 range.
Pete Lowe on The Shining Path (V13) in Red Rocks