A great route on a good wall, Chilly Dogs starts off burly working its way past a few bolts, up and around a large roof. Stick with it and gain a quick rest. Delicate climbing past another small roof leads to a steep and solid head wall. Long pulls over great rock, finish on a nice ledge.
Chilly Dogs sits heavy on the left side of the crag. It is the second bolted route from the left and is easily recognized by its large, intimidating roof.
Eight bolts to an anchor.
|By Blake Summers|
From: Park City, Utah
Jul 22, 2011
rating: 5.10b/c 6b 20 VII 20 E2 5b
Great holds up high. Really cool features.
From: park city
Jul 29, 2012
Yesterday was my first visit to this crag. I was slightly disappointed by all the lichen on the routes, but they were still pretty fun. However, I started up this route and found it much, much, harder than 5.10c if you follow the bolt line. Is the proper beta meant to go left between the 3rd and 4th bolt? Or is it to follow the tough crack between the bolts?
|By Kyle Longhurst|
From: Orem, UT
Jul 20, 2014
Some of the holds were pretty messy, but the route was really fun. I don't think this route was any harder than a 5.10c. That felt about right. The two anchors at the top were uneven so make sure to take a sling to even out the drag between the two anchors. Happy Climbing!