Type: Sport, 80 ft
FA: R. Hong, M. Lightner, Fish, 1988
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Shared By: Guy H. on Jun 8, 2004
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The obvious sport climb up the rib/roof. Some gear is useful to get to the first bolt. Follow the rib on the left side and traverse below the roof. A few desperate slaps will set you up for pulling the bulge. A hard traverse leads back left. Get a rest and fire up the technical and pumpy finish.


draw, optional gear


Tim Wolfe
Salt Lake City, UT
Tim Wolfe   Salt Lake City, UT  
"Get a rest and fire up the technical and pumpy finish" - sweet knee lock no hands rest. Sep 7, 2012
James Yates
Salt Lake City, Utah
James Yates   Salt Lake City, Utah
My friend and I climbed this climb on the morning of Saturday 6/15/13. To make a long story short, we accidentally left a #2 (yellow) BD camalot on the small ledge right below the first bolt. This camalot was not clipped to the rope so upon completing the climb I forgot to clean it. I realized about two hours later that the cam was missing and ran back to bath rock and soloed up to the ledge to find the camalot missing.
If you found this yellow camalot and are in the need of some extra karma points please pm me. I'd really appreciate it. Jun 18, 2013
This would be a tricky on-sight but easy once you know the movement. Sep 1, 2014
Kat A
Boulder, CO
Kat A   Boulder, CO
Great climb. Bingham's guide indicates this is on the "elephant's trunk" - indeed, if you look at it with the right perspective, you can see the resemblance. :) Sep 3, 2015
Replaced anchor in cooperation with the NPS, Climbing Resource Advisory Group (CRAG) and the ASCA. Tools provided by The Access Fund, all hardware courtesy of the ASCA. Consider a donation @ safeclimbing.org Jun 28, 2018