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Ben starting up the "neck" of the Stego.
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I thought the patina on the rock looked like a stegosaur oriented vertically hence the name. Fun movement throughout this short route. Thoughtful and balancy climbing for the grade.
Crux comes early moving past bolt one on the tail section of the stego. Still engaging moving through a short corner near the top.
Starts about 30 feet to the right of the school slabs. It sits between two TR routes, an eroded bulge problem on the left and a "crack" line on the right.
5 bolts, 3 bolt chain anchor
Lynn Sanson nearing the top.
Tony near the top of Stego Slab.
From: Salt Lake City, Utah
Apr 30, 2015
Fun, frictiony climb. Great warm up to get used to smearing and using the sandstones friction if youre not used to that. Funnest moves are at the top into the small corner when you shift your hips and cruise to the top.