5.13a YDS 7c+ French 29 Ewbanks IX+ UIAA 29 ZA E6 6c British
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|Type:||Sport, 40 ft (12 m)|
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|Shared By:||Neal Carroll on Sep 11, 2004 · Updates|
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See the Uinta-Wasatch-Cache National Forest Service fee page fs.fed.us/r4/uwc/passes/ for more information.
Please see El Diablo for information on the modified nature of this classic route.
Same start as El Diablo. At the "Sika Pocket" clip the left bolt, then continue up and a little left to the anchors.
A fun crux on crimpers, underclings and big slopey holds hit you once you depart from "El Diablo". This route is one of the all time American Fork classics.
In July of 2004 the anchor block that was next to the Inferno chains fell down (Yikes!). A new anchor was added a bit lower. After clipping the chains at the lip, many climbers still do the mantle and clip the Inferno chains to lower.