A.K.A. What Price for Glory? - Glory is a nearly vertical face with lots of jugs and edges for feet. An occasional sidepull or smear provides additional challenge. Fairly consistent for the grade, but not very committing due to the abundance of protection. The bolt line heads straight up a face just to the right of a system of cracks and weaknesses. Then, it suddenly shifts to the left for one last bolt. This bulge section seems to provide the crux of the climb. This is a good route for beginners.
Fourth route from the east. Just right of a broken, right-facing dihedral. Walk off to the east or rappel from the two bolt anchor.
8 camouflaged bolts to a two bolt anchor (one rappel ring and a quicklink).
Ryan belays his father on a cool summer morning. ...
Glory in October
|By Blake Summers|
From: Park City, Utah
Jul 22, 2011
Great route for beginning sport leader
|By Ben B|
From: Salt Lake City, UT
Oct 24, 2011
Great route, plenty of protection and very easy/safe to set up TR if that's your mission.
From: Salt Lake City
Jul 24, 2013
rating: 5.7 5a 15 V+ MVS 4b
Great route put up by two thoughtful and talented climbers.