Type: Trad, 80 ft
FA: Stuart Ruckman, Gordon Douglass 1987
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Shared By: Nathan Fisher on Jun 20, 2003
Admins: Andrew Gram, Nathan Fisher, Perin Blanchard, grk10vq

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This route climbs the east face, at a right-facing corner. It is north of the obvious arete by 20-30 feet. After the corner ends climb the face.


No fixed gear. Bring it all.


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Nathan Fisher
St George
Nathan Fisher   St George  
Led this one today. It uses small nuts and cams down low and a couple of larger cams (#2 Camalot and above) can be used up high. The anchor is tricky to set up, as there is a lot of loose rock up top. Cams seemed really helpful up here, too. A good solid lead. Jun 6, 2006
Nathan Fisher
St George
Nathan Fisher   St George  
A 2-bolt anchor has been added to this route. Shared with its 2 neighbors. Jun 13, 2006
Paul Wilhelmsen
sandy, ut
Paul Wilhelmsen   sandy, ut
Pulled a block the size of toaster out of the climb, and since I was being lowered held it all the way down. Nothing but gravity and spiderwebs was holding it in place, definitely a belayer-killer :(
I have a hard time giving any climb 1 star, basically cause I love almost every climb I do. But this climb only barely earned 2. Its got some tricky oddball moves that I didn't love, but hey, maybe its just not my kinda climb.

BETA Warning. Get out on the arete after you plug in the high cam in the dihedral (you cant miss it). Its a little committing but the feet on the arete are as good as it gets. Apr 5, 2014