Type: Sport, TR, 30 ft
FA: unknown
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Shared By: Lee Jensen on Oct 9, 2005
Admins: Andrew Gram, Nathan Fisher, Perin Blanchard, grk10vq

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Second bolt line from the south (right) end of the wall. 10 feet from the broken dihedral crack.

The start for this route is slightly easier than K'Nex as there are a couple of options for edges or cracks. Once on the ledge in the middle of the route you can dyno for a huge jug flake and then mantle onto a smaller ledge to gain the anchors.

May be done as a top rope by scrambling up ledges to the south.


Five bolts to double chain anchor.


Parker Alec Cross
Provo, UT
Parker Alec Cross   Provo, UT
And when this says 5 bolts to 2 chain anchors, doesn't it really mean 3 bolts? I certainly didn't see five, and I feel like a have a rudimentary understanding of how arithmetic works. Maybe there used to be 5? Sep 14, 2011
Nich Cloward
American Fork
Nich Cloward   American Fork
Thought it was a little easier than Knex to the right. Fun Dyno with a great camper hold. May 6, 2012
Dahlin Draper
Dahlin Draper  
I agree that it is a tad easier than K-nex to the right, but I thought that it was way more fun. It has a couple fun moves, and i was never really searching for holds. Jun 18, 2013
It was fun but I didn't like having so much rope out. It felt like you'd hit the ground at both clips 2 and 3. I liked the Dyno though. Sep 13, 2014