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Type: Boulder, 16 ft
FA: unknown
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Gate Buttress Area Recreational Lease: Climbs on Church Buttress above vault remain closed Details

Description

Arete on southwest corner of the large drilled boulder. Use the drill holes on the face of the boulder as single finger holds, along with the drill holes on the arete. Be prepared for some lie-backs .

Location

Shimmy down the tree on the northeast side to get down.

Protection

pad, spotter

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J Saarela
Park City
J Saarela   Park City
IMO if you only use the arete for the last move to the lip I'd call it v3-4. Nov 22, 2017
BJB
Texas
  V3
BJB   Texas
  V3
For what its worth, I used all of the drilled holes with my left hand and the arete only for the right hand, b/c I thought that's what the route description was saying. getting both hands on the arete made it a lot easier. Fun climb though, especially using the drilled holes. Apr 17, 2012
lewisslc
Salt Lake City, Ut
V2
lewisslc   Salt Lake City, Ut
V2
Been noticing a lot of grade descrepencies between mountain project & guide book...this problem, although fun and a bit highball, in the book is v2, not v3...i tend to agree with the consensus grade v2...grade rating is seemingly becoming to contrived as time goes on...climb it and have fun... be safe y'all. Sep 19, 2011
Craig Childre
Lubbock, Texas
  V2
Craig Childre   Lubbock, Texas
  V2
Guide I saw had this problem at V2, I doubt it would be considered a V3 by too many consistent at the grade. At least the other V3's I attempted during my visit felt substantially stiffer than this one. Sep 8, 2006