Type: Trad, 70 ft
FA: Kent Wheeler
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Shared By: Louis Arevalo on Oct 12, 2003
Admins: Andrew Gram, Nathan Fisher, Perin Blanchard, grk10vq

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Thin fingers lead to bad sized hand/finger 1.5 friends. Small pockets allow stances for gear placements. Catch your breath halfway up and finish tight hands to the anchors 2 friends.


Many .75 camalots or 1.5 friends for the bottom half, then 2 friends for the top. The top seems to be between .75-1 camalots. Round it out with a couple of tcu's for the beginning.


Louis Arevalo
Louis Arevalo  
This route is 2 cracks right of Lite Not Solid. It is a wide dihedral in beautiful varnished sandstone. Oct 16, 2003
John Stoddard
John Stoddard  
A beautiful, continuous corner - as striking as anything at Indian Creek. Take lots of purple through red Camalot sizes. Hard 5.10 for the leader, as it's really strenuous to stop and place gear... the "small pockets" didn't do much for me!! Not so bad to follow, as you can just motor on through. May 2, 2005
Actually Rabid Muslims and Old Bushmills were both climbed by Dave Anderson. He didn't want the Swell to be in guidebooks and he didn't want any recognition...but he was awesome. Feb 28, 2006
Brendan N
Salt Lake City, Utah
Brendan N   Salt Lake City, Utah
a great climb. tricky thin feet at the beginning lead to steep thin hands at the top. Mar 23, 2011
Crag Turkey
Holladay, UT
Crag Turkey   Holladay, UT
Really had to fight to make it to the top of this one. I was able to place a #2 at the rest. I was surprised at how far up the climb I needed to place .5 Camalots. Great climb for the leader looking for a layback/thin 10+ challenge. Felt like a harder 5.10 to me. Beautiful line, no crowds. Mar 16, 2015