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PSOM slab. April 2010
"Palisade School of Mountaineering Slab"
A large slab of white granite broken by countless cracks, seams, and ledges, with both blank and featured faces to test your friction skills on.
The angle of the PSOM is pretty mellow for the most part, but many other sections can be found of varying steepness. A handful of lines on the left side of the slab have been put up recently.
This is another area with only a bundle of established lines. Few of the climbs are more than one or two pitches, and on a slab of around 700 feet or so, it doesn't take a genius to realize the potential higher up.
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15 Total Routes
['4 Stars',2],['3 Stars',6],['2 Stars',6],['1 Star',1],['Bomb',0]
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The PSOM Slab (center)
BETA PHOTO: P.S.O.M slab.
|By max huecksteadt|
From: Salt Lake, UT
Nov 30, 2013
Checked out the PSOM slab for my first time earlier in November, we found two short(5ish bolts), bolted slab routes maybe 40-50' up from the toe of the buttress, anyone know what these are?
I led the left, looked like it would be easy but was actually pretty invigorating! It was my first friction slab so I'm curious what the grade is...maybe 5.9?