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BETA PHOTO: Cabbage Patch 5.8
A mostly 5.6 or 7-ish route with one harder move and a bit of that exposed feeling.
The route climbs past 4 bolts on a slab to a sloping ledge between slabs. The crux is getting up onto the next slab. The harder bit is a little overhung and takes some balance to get up.
After an exposed-feeling couple of moves to the sixth bolt it's easy cruising to the anchors.
The route is at the bottom of the Ed and Terry Ridge
, to the south (uphill) and west of Red Slab
. To get there, go to the right side of Red Slab
and then head west a bit. A steep slot will appear on your left. Head up the slot and the base of the route is on your left, just past a small tree.
8 bolts to chain anchors. The belay position is on a steep, slippery slope so we built a belay anchor for comfort in a crack at the base of the climb.
By Tristan Higbee
From: Ogden, UT (temporarily)
Jul 24, 2008
The little overhang between the two slabs is pretty tricky. Felt hard for 5.8. Fun route, though. Worth doing.
By Christian "crisco" Burrell
From: PG, Utah
Jan 1, 2009
The start is neat and leads to a ledge below the steep crux step. Can easily walk around to the right to the upper wall.