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

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Third bolt line from the left of the broken dihedral crack at the south most (right) part of the wall.

Slightly harder than it's sister lines to the right, G.I. Joe gets your fighting spirit going. The tree directly at the base of the route helps to keep the sun off your belayer. Watch out for the two foot rod iron stake sticking out of the retaining wall. A fall onto it would make a very unpleasant day.

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


Five bolts to double chain anchors.


Christopher Sorensen
Provo, UT
Christopher Sorensen   Provo, UT
Don't fall while clipping the second bolt. Or you'll deck. Like my climbing partner did today (amazingly took a 20 foot fall, landed on his feet on the rock, and suffered only a mildly sprained ankle).

This is an interesting climb. Very balancy and feels technical. Lots of small hand and footholds. Not small enough to be really difficult, but not big enough to be easy or obvious. May 28, 2010
Nich Cloward
American Fork
Nich Cloward   American Fork
My left foot slipped just above the second bolt on this. Luckily it landed on the bolt, so I felt like I cheated a little. I moved to a new foot hold quickly but the damage had been done. The rating fits due to some variation in holds. Some smaller ones to start with bigger holds a little higher. May 6, 2012
Marshal Foster  
The second hanger is now spinning, so here is another reason not to fall on the second bolt. If you're not comfortable leading the route just top rope it. Apr 11, 2015
Brock Jones
Provo, UT
Brock Jones   Provo, UT
Just technical enough to keep it interesting, with some pretty interesting holds as well. If only this wall was taller... Aug 3, 2017