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A route as beautiful as Verona itself, this line offers fantastic climbing up a steep, bullet-proof face of orange quartzite. Continuous, long and dynamic moves using edges and small crimps will help gain ground up this problematic route. Mildly height dependent, don't fear, there are still enough features to fit the more vertically challenged. An excellent line that would get twice the stars if twice as long. Come with a spring in your step!
Verona is the left most bolted route on the Tangerine Wall, it begins about 6 feet off the ground, and uses a small ramp to gain it's start.
Four bolts with an optional 1/2" piece of gear for the exit moves in a horizontal crack.
|By Brian Waters|
From: Ogden, UT
Apr 30, 2009
Fun moves between good holds on beautiful orange rock. Best Route in Ogden?
From: Centerville, UT
Sep 12, 2009
Awesome route; I wish it was twice as long. Might be tough if you're short. I'm 6'0" with a +4 ape index and it is still a stretch for a couple moves.