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Perin Blanchard on Apostasy.
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This is nearly the right-most climb on the wall, with the exception of a junky-looking blunt arete. Descend 150 meters from the parking lot to the wall and walk to a line of bolts perhaps 4 meters left of the right-hand edge of the main buttress. A line of 5 bolts leads to chains up top.
The climbing is mostly positive and is a reasonable warm up, although I found this route just a little more slick than its immediate neighbors.
A rack of draws, plus something up top for the chain anchor.
Super fun huecos!
With holds this big, who needs feet?
From: Sandy, Ut
Jan 22, 2008
easiest 10 on the wall and a fun one too!
|By Jeremy Steck|
From: Salt Lake City, UT
Mar 8, 2010
This route is a bit more tricky than it's neighbor to the left (Dirtbag, 5.10a). Although the grade is the same, more thought is required here if 5.10 is near your limit.
|By Aaron Shields|
From: Lehi, UT
Jul 30, 2012
The crux on this one was a thinker for me. After I finally made it, I was pretty pumped and very grateful for the huecos above. There's also a fun little horizontal fist jam near the top. Great route! For extra fun, try traversing right and downclimbing Sands of Blood instead of lowering.
|By Tyler N|
From: Salt Lake City, Utah
Mar 16, 2013
Perfect warm-up for the other climbs in the area.