A bit right of the northwest corner of Division, off a small ledge is a line that runs up a slightly overhangin, narrow face to a small roof near the anchor.
Isotoner Moaner ascends the clean face on thin edges and an occasional rough pocket. While there is a short 5.12 sequence near the middle, most of the climbing is very continuous middle to upper 5.11. Isotoner is a fine line that probably took considerable cleaning to arrive in its present state.
A dozen draws and a 60 meter rope.
From: electric lady land
Jan 28, 2006
rating: 5.12a/b 7b 26 VIII+ E5 6a
Peronally this is my favorite route at division. The start has some choss but the rest makes up for it. I think it's the longest route at division.
|By Ryan Stott|
From: Salt Lake City, UT
Jun 22, 2012
rating: 5.12b 7b 26 VIII+ E5 6b
I don't know why I waited so long to try this one, but it is an awesome climb. If you are confused trying to find the route, make sure you reference the list of climbs in the comments section here on MP for Division Wall. There are a couple of climbs that aren't in the book, and this one is the long one just to the left of the major crack to the left of Rush Hour.
I didn't experience any choss, so hopefully it stays this clean. The middle section is very exciting--get your fingers ready for some classic AF pocket moves.
From: centerville, utah
Oct 11, 2012
What an amazing climb. Easy going to an obvious 2 bolt crux in the middle. The left foot is always searching for some traction. Balancy, exposed, and tricky climbing. Superb! After that you get a rest then the pay off is the black solid rock to the top. Sweet moves up and over a small roof to the chains. Sit and enjoy the view and breathe life in.