Blue Sky Mining
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fun stuff. Very thin pro to start.
Named after the 'Midnight Oil' album, I presume.
A good route, but relatively short for the cliff. The climb has some variety and still packs a punch in its short length.
As you head left past the popular unnamed 11- handcrack (entered as 10+ on this site) you will come around a corner past a tree and see 2 short climbs, a 10+ on the right in a primarily right facing corner, and an 11- route switching from a crack on the right to a crack on the left at a horizontal 20' up.
One of everything from thin to 3.5" up top. Optional #4 camalot (new or old style) near the bottom in the obvious placement.
Michelle cruising up Blue Sky Mining. April 2011.
|Comments on Blue Sky Mining
|By Jim Howe|
From: Salt Lake city
Mar 29, 2007
Keith Maas and I put up both of those shorter routes "Blue sky mining" and "Midnight Oil" sometime in the early 90's or whenever that music was getting airplay. Keith was killed in an avalanche near Logan, UT.about '97. Climbing does make nice reminders of good times with good friends.
|By Brian Scoggins|
From: Eugene, OR
Mar 23, 2008
If you're gonna sew it up, bring doubles in about .75 C4 and down, and singles up to an old style #4 camalot. This route has an interesting face start.