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|Submitted By:||Christian "crisco" Burrell on Sep 1, 2007|
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By Christian "crisco" Burrell
From: PG, Utah
Jun 6, 2009
|It's incredible to see just how many quality routes this wall now holds. I remember hearing nothing but terrible things about this wall when I first moved to Utah, and now look at it.|
Sep 10, 2009
Jarom Feriante and I bolted an 80 foot line that hasn't yet been sent:
"Vitamin P" starts at "Oscar the Grouch" chains; up to the left under a small roof. I estimate it at 11d to 12b. At far as I know, no one has the official FA on since Jarom and I bolted it. It is very exposed and not a lot of large holds.
Climb "Oscar the Grouch" 5.10d. "Vitamin P" starts on the bolts to the left.
Bolts, with a 3 chain anchor. Be careful on the rap down, its a long one. There maybe some loose rock, so consider a helmet.
By Johnathan Nuss
May 26, 2014
The directions listed to get here are difficult in our opinion. Me and a friend decided that it was easier to to approach this area directly on the slope. I have a picture I made on google earth that hopefully demonstrates what I mean. The mountain looks much steeper than it really is, in this photo. However, we took this route down, and would use it to go up in the future. We descended in the dark and found this trail to be fairly easy. You want to find a gravel path that goes up. It will be the least steep and easiest way to go in our opinion. Let me know if this picture helps at all.
By John Ross
From: Wasatch Front, UT
May 27, 2014
|Perin's map/directions work great using already established trails. This direct approach looks like a good way to cause erosion and potential access problems IMHO.|