Type: Sport, 90 ft
FA: Eden Masters, Scott Ayers 1991
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Shared By: Vincent Greene on Sep 25, 2004
Admins: Luke Bertelsen, JJ Schlick, Greg Opland

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Look for a pair of bolted lines on the left side of a chimney on the Blazing Fin. Makin Muffins is the right hand line. Stick to the right and follow the bolts to the chains. Fun route with interesting moves.


bolts (approx 7 or 8) and chain anchors.


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Scott Tucker
Tucson, AZ
Scott Tucker   Tucson, AZ
I wouldn't call it 5.8, but this is at the upper end of 5.7. It's a long way to the first bolt and a long way down Willow Canyon if you roll off the cliff. Jun 5, 2006
missoula, mt
joshf   missoula, mt
I think this route is actually pretty fun. Great moderate slab climbing. The first bolt is on very solid terrain i would say. Mar 2, 2008
The first bolt is a good 20 feet up. While the climb is only 5.7, if you don't make it to the first bolt you're looking at a pretty nasty ground fall and tumble down the mountain. While I'm not an advocate of overbolting, it doesn't make much sense to put up a 5.7 sport route that you have to solo the first 20 feet of. Maybe I should have brought a stick clip, but a bolt at 10-15 feet would make more sense to me. May 13, 2009
Cody M
Tucson, AZ
Cody M   Tucson, AZ
I agree with David - high first bolt and iffy moves just below and above it. Freaked me out a bit. Jan 23, 2011
Andrew Nelson
Andrew Nelson  
If you are a 5.7 climber you will probably be a bit freaked out by the two run outs on this route. The obvious, and most dangerous one, is at the bottom before your first bolt. The second (that I remember) is up top getting to the anchors. Both are on easy ground, but not necessarily something a 5.7 leader would want to encounter... May 5, 2014
Nick Henscheid
Tucson, AZ
  5.7 PG13
Nick Henscheid   Tucson, AZ
  5.7 PG13
I think this is a pretty great little route. This would be a good way to warm your head up for climbing in Cochise or Joshua tree - tricky, technical low-angle moves with a few spicy sections (up to the first bolt and near the top). If you start to the left of the initial bulge, standing on a rock, the mantle moves to the first bolt are 5.7PG (don't fall, it would suck). Aug 21, 2016