Type: Sport, 40 ft
FA: the dentist
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Shared By: Jake Richens on Sep 14, 2005
Admins: Andrew Gram, Nathan Fisher, Perin Blanchard, grk10vq

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straight forward, furthest route on the left.


Lots of bolts for a 40 footer, take your old lady.


Nathan Fisher
St George
Nathan Fisher   St George  
Great route for the kids. Can be safely led trad. May 14, 2006
Jon O
Jon O   SLC, UT
Perfect route for a new leader. Clean the anchors when your last party climbs the route. These anchors are not like most of the others - they are a pain to get to from the top (however, it is cleanable from the top if you persevere and bushwack a little). Jun 26, 2006
West Jordan, UT
Blacksheep   West Jordan, UT
My 11 year old's first lead.
Good little confidence building lead for beginners. Nov 13, 2008
Scott H.
Sandy, UT
Scott H.   Sandy, UT
I lead this to the anchors of Facial Fracture. That way my 2nd could clean this and TR Facial Fracture without changing the anchors. Way easy for a beginning leader. Nov 21, 2012
Elk Ridge, UT
colson   Elk Ridge, UT
Lead training and fun with the family. Bring the young ones they will have a ball. Jun 16, 2013
Tanner Anderson  
Great for someone looking for an easy route. VERY beginner friendly! Had a good time on this. Great place to take friends who've never climbed. Mar 17, 2014
Rob Stinogle
Salt Lake City
Rob Stinogle   Salt Lake City
This is perfect for lead training. Jul 20, 2014