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A 120 feet of hands/wide hands in a right facing corner. The trail from the north parking area leads right to the base of the great climb. Harder for the small handed person.
From the north parking area (The one with the big boulder) take that trail and it lead you to the base of this climb. Unnamed 22 in the 2nd edition Bloom guide book.
a #1 BD or a #2 WC, 5 or 6 #2 BD or a mixture of 2.5 and 3 in WC, 4 #3 BD or 3.5 WC
|By Tony B|
From: Around Boulder, CO
Nov 20, 2006
rating: 5.10 6b 20 VII- E2 5b
Even for my small mitts, I would have called it "good hands" not wide hands. Have no fear.
|By Stan Pitcher|
From: SLC, UT
Nov 28, 2011
Sign at bottom called this "Kitty Kicker" - guess I'm a kitty! :)
Lots of 2 & 3 camalots. There is a place or two up high for 3.5 or two.
Down low you could place some smaller cams in the crack in the corner!
|By Sam Cannon|
From: Holladay, Utah
Mar 19, 2014
The Bloom book lists 7 #2s and 5 #3s for the gear. There are more #3 placements than #2 placements on the route. I was a bit gripped by having to place tipped-out #2s at the endurance fists-crux where #3s would've been perfect. Worked through it, as with average hands the jamming is still pretty secure, but I did have to fight my head a bit on the gear.
Mar 19, 2014
heard this route called "child abuse" once. as the story goes, there was already another route by the same name. thus the plaque found its way to the talus.
#3 friends helpful :)