Type: Sport, 80 ft
FA: Greg Opland, Sandy Draus, Felicia Terry, Fred AmRhein, et. al., May 2004
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Shared By: Anthony Stout on Feb 9, 2006
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Access Issue: Thompson Canyon Details


Life O' Riley is on the right-facing wall on the left side of the Sleeping Beauty Area. It is the leftmost route at the area. It's named after a puppy, and for a formation of huecos near the bottom of the route that resemble a paw print.

Clip the first bolt fairly high on the route. The rubble at the bottom of the route as you head toward the first clip gives one reason to think (be careful!). Climb up and out the left side of a small alcove and up lower angle rock, which then steepens to vertical on the way to the top.

The crux is at the top of this route, and the rest of the climbing heades up large, less than vertical terrain.


5 bolts, 2-bolt anchor/rap.