Type: Sport, TR, 40 ft
FA: Willet, Nakada '96
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Shared By: Peter Gram on Aug 14, 2004
Admins: Andrew Gram, Nathan Fisher, Perin Blanchard, grk10vq

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Short fun route. This is on the far right hand side of the Good Medicine Wall, next to Fire Water. This route is hidden around a corner when viewing it from below, and starts from a big ledge.

4 bolts through steep juggy rock leads up to an anchor. I think it is possible to scramble around to the right to setup a toprope as well.


4 bolts. 2 bolt anchor at the top.


Lee Gitlin
Lee Gitlin  
My climbing partner and I actually found some of the moves on this route to be more difficult than it's neighbor Peace Treaty, which is rated 5.9. The hanging, flagging finish move reminded me of something you'd do in the gym -- very cool. Aug 21, 2004
Andrew Gram
Salt Lake City, UT
Andrew Gram   Salt Lake City, UT  
I found this climb to be the same or easier than its 5.7 neighbor. I guess everyone's mileage varies. Aug 21, 2004
Scott Gilliam
Raleigh, NC
Scott Gilliam   Raleigh, NC
How can this be 5.8? The smallest foothold is slightly smaller than a deck of cards, and every handhold is a massive jug. Sep 21, 2010
Annie Naylor
Salt Lake City, UT
Annie Naylor   Salt Lake City, UT
The only 5.8 part of this climb for me were the last few moves directly below the anchor. The rest is easy 5.7 climbing. Fire Water, the 5.7 to the left, seemed harder. Jul 5, 2012
Dan Spirgen
orem, ut
Dan Spirgen   orem, ut
if you stay left on the face it goes 5.8- and easier than the 5.7 to the left of it. If you head right after the first couple bolts into the crack/broken rock its significantly easier. Jun 25, 2013
This route is far easier than the ".7" to its left. It may be harder if you stay left of the bolt line, but the way it is bolted made me feel like I should climb more right, which I found to be more like 5.6 climbing. Jul 25, 2014
South Jordan, UT
C.M.Jones   South Jordan, UT
What a fun, easy climb. A little bit easy for a 5.7, especially since it's much easier than it's neighbor. But the small traverse at the start and the juggy corner is great for beginners and good, easy fun. The tricky finish tripped my friend up, that's why I still stand by 5.7. Sep 5, 2016