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Climb up the center of the slab past five fixed anchors to a bolted belay. It looks thin but the low angle makes it possible.
Located about 60 feet left of Baby Blue just left of a deep sandy recess. It starts behind some bushes up a large fin like protrusion. The route climbs up the slab in the middle of the fin.
Armin defeated by The Slab.
Rambo leading the way up the Slab.
photo by Andy...
Glyn doing a little top-rope on the Slab.
Renee on TR on Slab 5.8
BETA PHOTO: Settin up anchor getting ready to lower
|By Skyler Penrod|
Jul 8, 2008
This was my first lead climb. My buddies didn't know that and it was a little nerve racking, but it is a fun climb and I think not a bad intro to smearing on sandstone.
Apr 10, 2010
Great at night.
|By Cody Drool|
From: Tahoe Vista, CA
May 21, 2011
Called Snake Slab in the new Moab guide . Super fun climb but strong for an 8. Pretty positive holds going to first bolt, leading to a slabby finish. Apparently I made it harder by working the side of the arrete, missing a face move that unlocked it [somewhere by the 2nd bolt]. Highish first bolt and classic sand stone moves make this a great Moab route.
|By Stan Pitcher|
From: SLC, UT
Oct 22, 2012
There is a good large to medium nut placement on the below and left of the first bolt. Put a long sling on it to minimize rope drag above.
Sep 25, 2013
Pretty fun, I had a little sketchy start, but it was alright. It's a great practice for footwork.
|By ben jammin|
From: Moab, UT
Oct 3, 2013
I thought this was called 'Snake Slab'. Not too bad, actually.