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Type: Sport, 40 ft
FA: unknown
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Shared By: Nathan Fisher on Aug 27, 2001 with updates from Caden Bloxham
Admins: Andrew Gram, Nathan Fisher, Perin Blanchard, grk10vq

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Description

An excellent kids climb on conglomerate. Six bolts to anchors on easy climbing. This climb is on the far end of the wall, just before the narrow opening.

Protection

2 anchors and 6 draws.

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There are 6 bolts on this climb. Aug 30, 2004
shawn Kenney
Draper, UT
shawn Kenney   Draper, UT
Bobs bolts is 6 bolts + chains. Jun 25, 2006
46and2
Salt Lake City, Utah
  5.5
46and2   Salt Lake City, Utah
  5.5
This route is perfect for a beginner to lead first time! Jul 16, 2006
nice and easy warm up climb (there are six bolts like everyone else has said) Aug 5, 2008
Jake Spurlock
Saratoga Springs, UT
Jake Spurlock   Saratoga Springs, UT
My first lead climb. It was a blast. Jan 20, 2011
no way was this 5.4
i did it and it has harder that tomato, man on the roadkill wall
just my opinion Sep 18, 2011
Ned Wright
Ogden, Utah
 
Ned Wright   Ogden, Utah
 
For first time climbers or kids, I cant think of a better route that I've ever climbed.

It's tall enough and steep enough to still feel accomplished at the end and is very consistent at the grade (with no weird sections that many 5.5 and under climbs tend to have).

If you are climbing with kids or bringing friends who have never climbed before, this is the route to start on. Jul 22, 2015

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