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Newt beginning the crack after the sandy start.
This is a striking line on the left side of 4x4 as you're trudging up the approach trail. Located in a lighter colored rock than most of the dark sandstone around it, it is a straight up splitter in a left facing dihedral. It has a sandy short beginning with a great #1 camalot placement at the beginning of the crack. It then goes to great hands (#2 camalots) and gets progressively wider to a sandy sloping ledge just below the anchors
Take the approach trail to the center of 4x4 then walk left along the base about 200ft.
#1 - #4 camalots.
BETA PHOTO: The hard to find plaque at the base.
|Comments on Marshmallow Safari
Oct 27, 2008
Great route if you like hands to wide hands to OW finishes...
Used 4 #2 Camalots, 5 #3 Camalots, 2 #3.5 Camalots and 1 #4
|By Alex Garhart|
From: Grand Junction, CO
Oct 20, 2009
3 friends fit better for the beginning of the route (right above the roof)and then 3 camalots (2 each)to a 4 camalot before the chains. Fun route.
From: Albuquerque, NM
Jun 1, 2011
Fun for those of us with big paws. 3-#2Camalots, 4-#3Camalots, & 1-#4Camalot.