The right most bolted line. A little dirtier than the rest. Still a good climb.
2 bolts up top for the anchors and I believe 8 draws. Careful on the rap, use a 60 meter rope and aim higher in the gully.
|By Andrew Gram|
From: Salt Lake City, UT
Nov 7, 2004
rating: 5.6 4c 14 V S 4b
Bolted 5.6 routes don't get better than this. This wall in general is a terrific place to teach new climbers or leaders. A good addition to BCC.
|By Michael MacFadden|
Aug 17, 2007
rating: 5.6 4c 14 V S 4b
There are 2 chains at the top, and only 6 bolts on the way up. I don't think the route is 110 feet (33m one way) since you can do it with a 60m rope. A 50m rope comes up a bit short. So the route is probably somewhere between 85 and 90 feet.
The route starts out easy up to the first 2 bolts. The area between the second and third bolts is the crux. After that it gets real juggy. Nice ledge at the top near the chains to set up an anchor.
|By James Garrett|
Sep 9, 2007
I agree with the length assessment. I did not record this route on MP, though I drilled it. I don't know how to change the info beta if that is the case. I am happy to learn these routes are getting lots of attention and drawing the crowds away from the slips.
From: West Jordan, Utah
Oct 3, 2008
Like Andrew said, good wall for beginners. It's an easy lead. Good for dates too!
From: huntsville, utah
Jun 23, 2010
rating: 5.6 4c 14 V S 4b PG13
This is a great 5.6 climb with many variations. Good belay area. The first bolt is a little high, but you can protect the bottom part of the climb with gear. this climb is east facing so it gets morning sun and afternoon shade.
|By Matthew Washburn|
May 24, 2012
I love this route, well protected. Easy and fun with great movements. Wonderful route James!
|By Jerome Sharpe|
From: Wanship, UT
Jun 28, 2012
NOTE: The above description indicates this is the most rightward bolted route. That is no longer the case, I Ran to Afghanistan **which requires a 70 m rope**, is now the most rightward bolted route. Thanks to James Garrett for the beta, and the routes.
From: Orem, UT
May 9, 2013
Was surprised to see the chains had a figure 8 on a the left chain on quick link while up there today. That was a first for me. Is this how we are protecting anchors these days?
|By Dirty Dan|
From: Taylorsville, UT
1 day ago
I just started outdoor climbing a few weeks ago. This is a great climb to transition from indoor to outdoor and work on technique.