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Robert MacKinnon leading Physical Therapy
Just to the right of Black Hole, on the north face of Division Wall, Physical Therapy offers varied climbing on good pockets and edges. The short arete (crux) can be easily avoided by ascending the faint dihedral to the right of the bolts. Both sequences keep you on route, although the arete is more technical and committing.
The sloping hillside at the base of these routes is stepped with logs and gravel, making belaying a breeze.
Seven bolts and two-bolt, chained anchor. There is a cluster of achors here, so take your pick.
|Comments on Physical Therapy
Oct 14, 2007
Fun, varied climbing -- balancey moves, highsteps, mantles, huge pockets. Bring your bag of tricks. Stances for clipping are solid throughout
|By Andrew Seegmiller|
From: Orem UT
Aug 2, 2009
This is definitly one of the funnest climbs i have ever done. fun moves and great pockets
|By Tyler N|
From: Salt Lake City, Utah
May 10, 2013
Very fun .9, perfect warm-up for the other Division climbs.