Another enjoyable jaunt at the Hidden Wall with sidepulls, underclings, crimps, and even a two-finger pocket.
Start up with a good hold or two and reasonable feet and clip the first bolt from a hidden bucket. Getting to the second bolt is strenuous, but after clipping it, the real fun begins. Balancy feet and awkward holds continue to a bucket from which the fifth bolt can be clipped. The difficulty eases up after that and it is enjoyable cruising to the anchors.
The right-most route (of four) on the east (uphill) section of the Hidden Wall.
7 bolts, bolted anchors.
|Comments on Shaken But Not Stirred
|By John Ross|
From: Wasatch Front, UT
Aug 29, 2008
The crux for me, where I fell my first go, was after clipping the 5th bolt, then using the crimpers to get to the bucket next to the small tree.
|By Christian "crisco" Burrell|
From: PG, Utah
Aug 30, 2008
I really enjoyed the technical aspects of this route. Somewhat tricky means a fun time deciding on a sequence.
|By Jon Bitter|
From: Waco, Tx
Jun 30, 2010
My crux was between the 4th and 5th bolts where all the holds were slanted, which made me decide on a strenuous sequence. I thought for sure my feet would slip out. I'll have to write five ten a thankyou note.
A little dirty and loose in the middle.