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The late Steve Carruthers (1980's) passing the fle...
This would be the next climbable crack to the right of Tick Fever. Two beginnings exsist, but I only know the one shared with the Start of Strewn Masters.Head up and left under a roof about 10 feet of the ground using plenty of features. Plug a large piece in the roof with a runner then dance left to a thin crack with flexy things here and there. Work your way carefully up to flexy block to find solid rock above it. From the block to the seam above is the crux, fingers divided here and there with a hand, but the climbing remains pumpy til the end. The climb has been extended a bit to add a fun over hanging hand crack to the chains.
Cams up to 4" with several TCu-sized pieces and nuts.
|By Tim Wolfe|
From: Salt Lake City, UT
Apr 16, 2011
Seth Shaw drug me up this. He made it look easy. Quiet burly.
|By Drew Bedford|
From: Wasatch Back, UT
May 19, 2011
Seth was quiet and burly indeed. Miss him.
|By Spencer Weiler|
From: SLC, UT
May 8, 2012
Burly indeed. Considerably harder than Tick Fever. The start shared with Strewn Masters is excellent, albiet there is no/bad pro for the first 15 feet till you reach the roof, and the climbing isn't 5.7. The 2nd start heads up the lower angle slab where a poorly placed bolt and a tcu in a shallow crack allow passage to the crack proper. The crack itself protects well, mostly small tcu's and nuts till you reach the hand section. Bring doubles in the small stuff and singles .75 to #3 camalot. The final moves out the hand crack are awesome, ending at a gigantic jug flake. Don't bother going to the 2nd set of anchors. 15 feet of sharp, gravely fist crack isn't worth the rope drag you'll create while lowering.