Also referred to as Little Thailand. A Fun, well-protected beginner/intermediate lead. Crux is the move after you've clipped the last bolt before the anchor.
100 feet to the right of the Indian Writings sign on Potash Road, just to the left of a sandy-floored chimney (route on the right side of the chimney is Shadowfax).
5 bolts to a 3-bolt anchor
The top part gets a little tricky/awkward.
Potash fun warm up
The climb is much different from a lot of Wall Str...
Starting off Potash
Good view of the bolt pattern on Potstash...
Halfway up Potstash
Crux of Potash
BETA PHOTO: A view of Potstash from across the road. You can g...
|By Andy Librande|
From: Denver, CO
Oct 30, 2007
There is a really fun TR variation on this climb if you start down in the cave to the left of the climb. Some loose rock but a solid variation ; not to mention the swing from the fall in the cave is always exciting.
|By david verderrosa|
Jul 18, 2008
The first ascentionist was Keith Reynolds..we bolted it back in 1998...little Thailand definetely wasn't the name..something to do with reefer was the name??I forgot though maybe ask Keith..wait it was called Potstash..
|By Ty Meadows|
From: Moab, UT
Aug 3, 2010
rating: 5.9 5c 17 VI HVS 5a
Nice climb! A couple of the bolts, including one at the top anchor, are in need of repair.
|By John Braun|
From: Hendersonville, NC
Mar 23, 2011
The last bolt before the chains (the bolt that protects the high crux) is in really bad shape. It's sticking out about a half inch from the rock and the hanger is just rattling around. If that scares you, you might be able to protect that section with a yellow or larger TCU to the right of the bolt.