Type: Sport, 200 ft, 2 pitches
FA: Fitzgerald, Christianson
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Shared By: Nathan Fisher on Jul 23, 2004
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On the east face of Bath Rock, slab up the runout lower face on the left of the lower inclined area. Belay here. Move to the leftward trending flake/squeeze chimney that attains the saddle summit. Enjoy the stagnant bath water up top. Descend via the rebar steps on the west face.


Large gear is needed for the second pitch, and there are no fixed anchors.


Salt Lake City, Utah
  5.4 PG13
46and2   Salt Lake City, Utah
  5.4 PG13
Great place to take rank beginners and/or non-climbers and let them TR from the large crack one-third the way up the east face. Jul 20, 2006
Michael Buchanan
  5.4 R
Michael Buchanan  
  5.4 R
Can be done in one pitch if you comfortable simu-climbing. Reminiscent of long mountaineering routes. Fun! Crux is probably getting off the ground. Jul 22, 2010
A fun easy solo. Aug 24, 2010
Ryan Williams
London (sort of)
Ryan Williams   London (sort of)
Doesn't sound like a sport route... Jun 24, 2011
Hendo Henderson
Denver, CO
  5.6 R
Hendo Henderson   Denver, CO
  5.6 R
This honestly was not that fun. Climbing up and behind the ginormous flake (if that's what you call it), was fun, but the climb from there was like walking up stairs. There is one interesting part at the top that gets vertical, but in my opinion doesn't make the climb worth it. Sorry to be a negative Nancy! (in all honesty though, it was the end of the day...so maybe I was tired.) Jul 23, 2012
This climb and the Cowboy Route share a belay stance after the first 50 foot pitch. Starting the climb is probably the hardest couple moves on it. I'd call the start 5.5, or the infamous "5.4d." Jun 15, 2013
This is NOT a "Sport Climb!" Aug 9, 2013