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This is a fun and somewhat technical slab/face route with no protection. Climb Parlor Game. Then traverse left to setup a tr on existing two bolt anchor.
In the middle of the left most lower angle slabs at Ice Cream. Left of Parlor Game (a 5.9 with three bolts and anchor), right of 5.6 Corner.
No lead gear exists. Set up tr after climbing Parlor Game
Mar 22, 2015
"10 TR" is between "Parlor Game" on the right and "5.6 Corner" on the left. "10 TR is now bolted with 6 bolts plus chains(the book "Best Climbs Moab" calls this "Top Rope").
By Tyler Slack
From: Eagle Mountain, Utah
Mar 22, 2015
I agree with Chan. 10 TR is now bolted and needs a new name. Are we a couple of the first people to lead this route now that it's bolted. One of the books rated it a 5.9+ and that's probably accurate on TR. On lead it definitely deserves to keep a 5.10a rating, but some could argue for a 5.10b, even. Sketchy feet and just a left crimper at the crux make for some scary moments when you're moving up above your protection.
Rakkup (pretty cool app I've recently discovered, albeit competition to MP) calls this one Dicey Face and shows the bolts and rates it a 5.9+ PG.