Type: Sport
FA: Brian Smoot
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Shared By: Richard M. Wright on Jul 28, 2003 with improvements by John Ross
Admins: Andrew Gram, Nathan Fisher, Perin Blanchard, grk10vq

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Access Issue: Located in a National Forest Fee Area Details


Immediately right of Isotoner Moaner are two face climbs a body length apart, and Rush Hour is the left of the two. Climb up on edges and pockets on excellent stone. Crux is low, so save some juice for the continuity above. Fine addition.


7 bolts to chain anchors


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Alec LaLonde
Alec LaLonde  
Fun little route -- solve the crux (it's a puzzler) and the rest is well-protected pocket pulling to the anchors Jun 1, 2008
Farmington, utah
KipHenrie   Farmington, utah
I very much enjoyed this climb. it has 2 parts. the first is sequential and technical. with a big move off a crimper. rest then go on up more typical division type climbing. the top is also taxing and pumpy. a fine endeavor. Jun 17, 2008
Jeff Jones
Elk Ridge, UT
Jeff Jones   Elk Ridge, UT
Finally!! I love this route and can't believe it only got one star in the AF book. After many attempts, I found it easiest just to go straight up instead of veer to the right at the top. There is also a big rest in the middle, not quite no hands but you can definitely get your heart rate down and prepare for the top. Jun 9, 2009
Brennan Crellin
Millcreek, UT
Brennan Crellin   Millcreek, UT  
Awesome climb for your sustained vertical face 5.11a, with a couple 5.11b moves (from crimp to jug). Like many AF climbs, the anchors should have been set 5ft lower for a better climb that didn't have a weird, easy, poor-quality finish. Jul 18, 2012
One of my favorites on this wall. Beat the first crux and just keep cruising. Plenty of great holds if you can avoid the pump. Jul 24, 2014