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|RAIN AND WET ROCK The sandstone around Moab is fragile and is very easily damaged when it is wet. MORE INFO >>>|
Clean moves on clean rock. Thin hands to thinner than that. Small people will find both the jamming and slot contortions easier than big people. Start in a left-facing corner with 1.5" gear (easier than it looks) and climb up into a flaring slot with 'forever' of thin hands jams to a wide spot. Pull the wide section to a good rest and finish up top in a 1.5" crack that is harder than it looks. Finish and clip before you run out of gas!
Left a good ways from the approach trail and beyond a HUGE right-facing corner that forms an entire section of wall. There is a small plaque at the base, but it is still easy to walk right past this climb and not notice it until you reach 'Workin Man (11-)' and look back 40 meters into the obvious dark corner.
Lots of cams from 1.5" to 2.5" with emphasis on 2". Take a #4 friend or larger equivalent for a middle section that is wide and save some thin cams for the tea-cups up top.
By Devin Fin
Nov 11, 2012
this thing is 5 stars all day crisp fun OW half way up..... find yer way to this climb an rock it .. i think this is the best 1.5 2.0 inch crack in the creek !!!! an that's a mouth full
By Karl kelley
Sep 4, 2014
FA. Dylan Warren. A fantastic route that should not be missed while visiting this wall!
By Jay 1975
Apr 2, 2015
Thin pieces for tea cups?