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BETA PHOTO: Sandstone Balls (5.8), Mormon Rocks
P1) Climb easy terrain to the first bolt about 30' up and then continue up the waterstreak using pebbles and cobbles past a distinct crux at the 7th bolt to finish on a large ledge with a small tree. P2) Continue up past 5 more bolts and then run it out on easy terrain to a large ledge with another set of anchors. It's easy to combine both pitches into one but the first pitch is the best.
To descend make two single rope raps to the ground with a 60 meter rope. If doing just the first pitch a 60 meter rope will get you down to the 1st bolt from which it's an easy downclimb to reach the base of the route.
The obvious waterstreak on the left side of the wall.
15 bolts, bolted anchors (bolts are all 3/8")
a ways up the first pitch. Green rope is the tag l...
BETA PHOTO: 23 year old rusty bolt. Eek!
Jordan Darr over half way up.
Sandstone Balls (5.8), Mormon Slab
By C Miller
Nov 21, 2012
All of the bolts on this route are currently 3/8" and solid.
By Chris Asencio
From: Hesperia, CA
Apr 21, 2015
Very fun longer sport route, there are a few spinners so keep that in mind.
By Eric Odenthal
Jan 4, 2016
Have looked at these rocks for years. Finally made the 5 minute drive and 10 minute approach. Tried the first route, the 5.6x. Backed off, it was sketchy, loose and beyond runout. A fall could rip all the skin off, wear layers. Made our way to the wall over the ridge. Great size routes. Bolts were massively rusted and probably wouldn't be ideal to fall on. Climbing is chill with fun moves the whole way, cobbles are solid. Linked up p2 with a 70m, could be done with a 60m as that is the length of the link. Double 60m rappel. Listen for the trains.