Type: Sport, 90 ft
FA: Dan Sperlock, 1989
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Shared By: Guy H. on Jun 7, 2004
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This sport climb starts to the right of Wheat Thin. You can start from the upper ledge or from the dirt. Well protected face and slab climbing is the name of the game. A good climb to do while waiting in line for the nearby trad classics. Enjoyable moves and position...




Nathan Fisher
St George
  5.10a PG13
Nathan Fisher   St George  
  5.10a PG13
I believe 9 draws plus two for the anchors. A high first bolt and well-spaced bolts in the easier ground. I believe between 2 and 3 was the worst, but not runout. A really nice line with great moves. The brown face in the middle just keeps coming at you. Would get 4 stars if the climbing was like that all the way. The finish almost spat me off as I was clipping the chains. Well worth climbing. Sep 11, 2006
Gary Schmidt
Boulder, CO
Gary Schmidt   Boulder, CO
If you like thin face climbing you'll like this one. A good route that is probably harder than it looks. Jul 15, 2008
Missoula, MT
ktmt   Missoula, MT
One of the few routes I've done at the City that seemed overclimbed: polished, greasy. Maybe it was just the day, but felt stiff for the grade. I won't rush back to it. Nov 15, 2008
Park City, Ut.
Woodson   Park City, Ut.
Fun lead. The middle slab has some technical moves with crimper edge hand holds and makes you think. Jun 7, 2009
Fat Paul
Central, NJ
Fat Paul   Central, NJ
Precise smears and crimpy side pulls on the right move you through the crux. Jun 12, 2009
Fun. Aug 24, 2010
Jeremy Noring
Salt Lake City, Utah
Jeremy Noring   Salt Lake City, Utah
Very well protected by City of Rocks standards. Good slab climbing, maybe slightly more difficult than the slab on Just Say No. Jul 20, 2015
Roy Suggett
Roy Suggett  
Wish I had a wrench with me...many spinning hangers. Someone might want to give those a tightening. Sep 28, 2015
very nice! time for replacement bolts, I think. anchor is due for sure Jul 3, 2016
Replaced original hardware in 2017 with 1/2" SS 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 Oct 23, 2017
Matt Chan
Matt Chan   Denver
The movement and direction is a little contrived by the bolt line near the top. All in all, very fun and safe route up good edges. Aug 23, 2018