Type: TR, 30 ft
FA: unknown
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Shared By: Jody Langford on Dec 31, 2004
Admins: andy patterson, M. Morley, Adam Stackhouse, Salamanizer suchoski, Justin Johnsen, Vicki Schwantes

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This route starts up the left side a few feet beneath an old, rusty spinner. You go straight up for a few feet on crimps and then angle slightly right to a fun undercling. the flake kind of flexes if you really pull on it(but, then again, I am not very small). Above the undercling, continue traversing to the right to end at the anchors.


John Knight
John Knight   Sedona
The "old rusty spinner" (aka the One Bolt) is no longer there. This climb is the furthest climb to the left. You can set this up using looong slings attached to the new anchors that are set 10' back from the edge. Mar 2, 2004
Floyd Hayes
  5.6 PG13
Floyd Hayes  
  5.6 PG13
When I led it in May 2008 there were TWO bolts! Both were solid and still there in February 2010. Although the route is short and easy, I thought it was a really fun onsight lead, with a spicy runout above the second bolt. Mar 22, 2010
Santa Cruz, CA
scotticusmaximus   Santa Cruz, CA
We climbed this route in December and there are now 3 bolts on it, so that eliminates the run-out issue. It was a fun little climb and would be a good easy first lead outside in my opinion. Jan 30, 2011
Ryan Nevius
Chiang Mai, TH
Ryan Nevius   Chiang Mai, TH
As stated, there are now 3 bolts on the route with an extra 2 up top for anchor building. I think Corner Route is a much better first lead and a more fun route, but to each his/her own. May 8, 2011