Type: Trad, 70 ft
FA: Bob Gaines, Tony Sartin, May 2002
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Shared By: Randy on Jan 3, 2003
Admins: C Miller, Greg Opland, M. Morley, Adam Stackhouse, Salamanizer suchoski, Justin Johnsen, Vicki Schwantes

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Located on the North Face of Snickers. Begin about 10 feet right of the high point of the base of the rock (10 feet right of Funny Bone and left of Don't Think Just Jump).

Up the face past 2 bolts (10b) then up easy horizontals to an upper face past 2 more bolts to a 2 bolt anchor. The upper section seems a bit contrived, but is OK.


4 bolts, thin to 1 inch pro; 2 bolt anchor/80 foot lower/rap.


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C Miller
C Miller   CA  
A fun addition to the the wall with interesting moves on great rock down low and also at the top; the middle section is kinda chossy though, so heads up. At the start it's easier and safer to traverse in high to the 1st bolt as opposed to starting low and manteling. Two stars out of five.

Take supplemental pro to 2.5" (not 1" as indicated). There's a spot for a gold camalot after the 2nd bolt and another spot for a red or gold just before the 3rd bolt. Nov 19, 2004
Traversed in from a bit left at start as well. Wish the anchors were a bit right, making them harder to use for Funny Bone. Apr 25, 2005
Joseph Lee  
This is a very fun route with great moves. It's only downside is the easy section in the middle that interrupts the flow. Oct 14, 2005
susan peplow
Joshua Tree
susan peplow   Joshua Tree
I thought this route was fun and enjoyed the climbing. I like how you were made to think almost right from the start. Easier climbing to follow but nice features. Makes a great link up with the .11 up high.

~S May 30, 2008
Brian in SLC
Sandy, Utah
Brian in SLC   Sandy, Utah
I rated the route a bit harder than advertised and may have, uhh, busted off a semi-key hold between the first and second bolts. Was a right hand two finger-esque knob just up and right from the seam that faces left and sweeps up and disappears prior to the shallow horizontal past the first bolt). Anyhoo, unless you're tall, this may be a bit more of a thrutch now.

Oh, and I traversed in from the left too, but, my partner, slightly taller than me, motored straight up. Dec 1, 2008
Joe Hunt
Costa Mesa, CA
Joe Hunt   Costa Mesa, CA
Had alot of fun on this one, mantled no hands at the start, then fun moves past the first two bolts. Top is easy but slightly overhanging so that is exciting. More continuous would be a classic. Mar 18, 2011
DJ Reyes
Northern Nevada
DJ Reyes   Northern Nevada
I agree with the 10c rating, though I'm not a gym climber and the section at the bottom may be reminiscent of gym type climbing moves at least for JT where I'm more accustomed to cracks and smeary types of routes. Pumpy moves down low lead to an easier section where I rested up for the exciting exit sequence. I really liked this route. Apr 18, 2011
Boulder, CO
SCherry   Boulder, CO
I didn't have time to try all the routes on this wall, but this was the most fun of any of the 4-5 mixed routes in this area. Def better than Night Shift which is fun but has inferior rock quality. Recommended. Jan 28, 2013
Brandt Allen
Joshua Tree, Cal
Brandt Allen   Joshua Tree, Cal
Just wondering, is it "humerus," the bone, or is it "humorous," as in it's funny? Jul 30, 2013
C Miller
C Miller   CA  
It's seems to be a humorous spelling of humerus. Aug 3, 2013
Gavin Bridgeman
Los Angels, CA
Gavin Bridgeman   Los Angels, CA
Good route that should not be missed! Mar 8, 2014