|Please respect this beautiful area. Stay on established trails and do not trample any vegetation|
Good little route with the same kind of cool quartzite features found on the rest of the wall. Very mossy at the top makes the top hardly worth doing. As of 7/24/07, the anchors have only hangers and a couple old carabiners. bring a sling to use at the top until that problem is fixed. The anchors are set behind a lip that causes an incredible amount of drag.
Very tall route just to the right of Junk Head, left of Politricks. 4th from the west end. Distinguishable by the little roofs.
7 bolts and chains. First bolt is in a really bad spot for standard length draws. Don't fall(it's fairly easy), or use a minimum 12" sling.
12" of chain added on 7/27/07. Use your own gear when toproping.
Sam Miller on Girls on Film
By Brian in SLC
Jul 29, 2007
Concur that standard length qd's work fine. Partner missed the last bolt and went to anchor on Politricks, so, I guess if you didn't like the top of the route, that'd be an option too. Fun climb!
By Sam Miller
From: salt lake city, UT
Aug 5, 2012
Nice route. It must have cleaned up a lot since the description was written. The route wasn't mossy and rap rings were well located with no rope drag.