|Please respect this beautiful area. Stay on established trails and do not trample any vegetation|
This route dictated where the bolts went, not all of the rock sounded good when hit with a hammer, so you might not like where the bolts are. However I personally find them very usable. The start might have some green slime around it. Start in a steep left facing corner, climb up passing 1 bolt to a mantle. From here find that sweet jug, lean out and clip the bolt. The holds are hard to find and use but they are there. There was a fixed chain draw on bolt 3 to help with the hard clip. After clipping the 3rd there are a few ways to do it, straight up (which is hardest) or going out left and coming back in the "line" (exciting!). The route feels a lot longer than 4 bolts!
I personally wouldn't let any green horns belay me on this, attention is a must.
Start on the far right side of the Whipper Wall on the west side. A short scramble will put you at the base. Its the large roof on the far right side of the west face.
|By Sam Miller|
From: salt lake city, UT
Aug 5, 2012
Solid .11c, but not very fun.
|By Josh Triplett|
From: Bountiful, UT
Jul 17, 2014
rating: 5.11b 6c 23 VIII- 23 E3 5c
I almost blew the onsight on this route. The beta for the crux is a cyptic and committing. Clipping the 4th bolt can be exciting if you aren't tall. This route is harder read than it's neighbor, but it isn't as sustained so I would call it a tougher .11b
READER BEWARE BETA SPOILER: I used a bomber toe hook to clip the 4th. Requires good body tension, but it's bomber. That made all the difference and because of it I'll give it two stars.