Type: Sport, 160 ft, 2 pitches
FA: Tony Calderone, 1992
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Shared By: Eric Jacobsen on Jun 14, 2003
Admins: Andrew Gram, Nathan Fisher, Perin Blanchard, grk10vq

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Nice climb follows the arete left of Entre Nous to the anchors above the main ledge. The second pitch continues up and to the right but is not quite as excellent.


P1: Seven bolts to a two bolt anchor. Shares anchors with Entre Nous which are past the ledge to the right. On a crowded day this could spell H-A-S-S-L-E; consider climbing it as one pitch.

P2:Two bolts to the anchor.
This is a nice climb for fledgling leaders (like me). Bomber hand and foot holds, especially around the bolts, instill confidence. Use the Tyrolean traverse to cross Big Cottonwood Creek. This will take you to the sport cave. A 100 yard walk around to the right of the cave puts you in front of the slips. Apr 16, 2004
Lee Gitlin
Lee Gitlin  
Lowering from the anchors will tend to swing you into the inside corner, left of the route as you look up. Have your belayer be careful and lower slowly, as this corner is heinous and jagged. May 10, 2004
Pat Welsh
Pat Welsh   SLC, UT
Fun route. cruiser climb on big holds and positive edges, with interesting moves. The crack/corner to the left is a fun easy 5.5 trad climb with fun layback moves. May 7, 2007
Perin Blanchard
Orem, UT
Perin Blanchard   Orem, UT  
Incorporated ooo's comments into the description. Nov 13, 2007
West Valley, UT
mattjbudd   West Valley, UT
One of the few good 5.6's in the canyon. Jul 30, 2009
Annie Naylor
Salt Lake City, UT
Annie Naylor   Salt Lake City, UT
Fun 5.6. Consider flipping your ropes around the arete and onto the face (entre nous) to descend. Aug 24, 2012
Jordy Hanson  
A great 5.6! Jun 13, 2013
exciting arete climbing. has it's own anchors now. barely made it with a 50m with a little rope stretch. lowering in the corner isnt too bad, just go slow. Jul 15, 2013
Rio Rancho, New Mexico
Wic   Rio Rancho, New Mexico
If you are considering where to go for your first sport lead climb, this is an excellent choice. Not very exposed (on first pitch), bomber holds, and excellent ledge to rap down from at the top of the first pitch. After you get some confidence, add the second pitch to this fun climb! Sep 10, 2015
Adam Marcus
Salt Lake City, UT
Adam Marcus   Salt Lake City, UT
Now seems to have it's own anchor at the top of the first pitch. The ledge is 3 or 4 feet wide and it's easy to lead this pitch and then set up some of the nearby routes for top roping. Warning about the second pitch: There's about 30 feet between the second bolt and the anchors. It's very easy climbing, but a fall would hurt. I'm not sure if there are options for placing trad pro as I didn't have any with me. If you have some trad pro, you might want to bring it for the second pitch. Sep 27, 2018