Type: Trad, Sport, 120 ft
FA: Ken Yeager
Page Views: 3,881 total · 24/month
Shared By: Smitty on Dec 31, 2005
Admins: M. Morley, Adam Stackhouse, Salamanizer suchoski, Justin Johnsen, Vicki Schwantes

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Access Issue: No new bolts. Respect signs and private property owners near the crags. Details


this route is directly obove Go with the flow 5.9, I personly think its one of the best headwall routes there. its the longest one and very consistant with lots of 5.11 moves. in the photo it runs strait up about 20 feet left of the white streek on the right side of the photo.


seven bolts (well spaced) to a two bolt achor, need gear to #2 friend for first 60' (go with the flow) 70 meter rope or two raps.


this route is bad ass! the best sport route ive climbed at 11c so far. situated next to mostly 5.12s it does not seem like it would go so easy, yet big holds and good rests make it only 5.11. stepping off the piller is wild. pumpy. Dec 1, 2005
dean fleming
sonora ca
dean fleming   sonora ca
best route at the grotto for sure! Feb 18, 2006
Boston, MA
Dennis   Boston, MA
Really fun and quite overhung. Didn't realize how much until on the way down. Can comfortably link Go With the Flow and Squealer with a 70m rope. Dec 24, 2007
I clipped 10 bolts from the anchor of Go With the Flow to the anchor of Squealer. Spaced close enough for you to just go for it. Fun climb! Goes up and slightly left from the top of Go With the Flow Feb 27, 2017
can this be done with a 60? Jul 15, 2018
Latvian climber
Latvian climber  
You need a 70, can't do it with a 60. So pumpy! Jan 2, 2019