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BETA PHOTO: Cat Wall Routes: More Than One Way, To Skin a Cat...
|RAIN AND WET ROCK The sandstone around Moab is fragile and is very easily damaged when it is wet. MORE INFO >>>|
Boulder onto a large ledge. Move into flared off-width to a short perfect hand section. Continue through the twin cracks of the diamond shaped large stuck-block. Right twin is tight hands. Left twin is seam, to fingers, to perfect hands. Pass short off-width pod to perfect hands. Finish in the winding fist crack. Mantle pillar and traverse right to chains at the top of "Catsup".
Between "To Skin a Cat" and "Catsup". About 15ft left of "Trip to the Vet."
BD C4: One silver (0.4), three green (0.75), two reds (2), one yellow (1), two blue (3).
- One BD C4 silver (4) or purple (5) will protect the traverse at the top until route is bolted.
Brennan Crellin on first ascent, moving through tw...
BETA PHOTO: View of route
By Thomas G.
From: SLC, Utah
Nov 4, 2011
rating: 5.10 6b 20 VII- 19 E2 5b
The movement on this route is fun and varied, and it'll only get better as it gets clean. The crux for me was moving from the top of the twin cracks to the perfect hand jam right above the wide section. Tread lightly through that wide part--there's still some loose stuff back there, since there were other parties beneath us, and we couldn't clean it safely.
By Jake Dickerson
Feb 22, 2016
This route is still incredibly dirty. I had to take several times to pull out rocks, and scrub sand out of the crack. There is some dangerous loose blocks in the back of the OW pod. This route needs some serious cleaning before it will be any fun at all to climb. (It shares anchors with Catsup)