Whats going on here?
A very strenuous and committing series of moves marks the start of this route. Trey Lizardos climbs a difficult 10 feet of rock into some relieving side pulls, slopers and user friendly edges.
Start off-balance with a good side-pull. Head up and left past a few bolt holes ignoring their prior significance. Look left, look right, look up (clench your teeth here) and choose your own adventure-an undercling or flat edge being the goal. Continue climbing to the first bolt and search out a rest to the right. Climb further past more bolts and work through a few tricky moves and a handful of awkward holds. Finish on some soft and dirty rock clipping the anchors at the top.
Where is this again?
Trey Lizardos is the first and tallest route to the left of the middle main wall. It sits directly to the right of Tortuga.
What am i going to need?
Five draws + anchors.
- this route has a first bolt that comes and goes, a sick clip or a lizard with draw dragging capabilities is strongly advised
|Comments on Trey Lizardos
|By Jeremy Steck|
From: Salt Lake City, UT
Dec 12, 2011
rating: 5.11d 7a 24 VIII E5 6a
As of 12/11, the first bolt is there and all of the others are in good condition.
|By Gordon Larsen|
From: St. George, Utah
Mar 2, 2013
I am not sure why that first bolt gets taken off, but I have replaced it a couple of times. It was intact as of last week. March 2013