Type: Sport, 80 ft
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Shared By: David Tvedt on May 1, 2006 with updates from Carl Schaefer
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A popular but somewhat controversial newer addition to Morning Glory Wall. Placed somewhat tightly between Five Gallon Buckets and Light on the Path, not everyone thought this was a necessary addition to the wall. The moderate grade and fun moves have made it one of the more popular routes in a very heavily used area. Edges, pockets and knobs are all a part of this route. Crux is about 2/3rds up.


On the left side of Morning Glory Wall, just right of 5 Gallon Buckets.


8 bolts and Mussy hooks at the anchor


Peter Franzen
Phoenix, AZ
Peter Franzen   Phoenix, AZ  
I agree that this route is a bit of a squeeze, but being that it roughly doubles the climbing capacity of this very popular wall I think it's a good addition.

Even so, expect there to be a queue for it on busy days. Sep 22, 2008
Mark Gibson
Seattle, WA
Mark Gibson   Seattle, WA
The second pitch as you work your way right from Five Gallon. For 5.9 it may feel a bit techy for beginners, and in the sun the holds tend to really sweat so bring your super chalk on hot days. But a nice addition and one more pitch to throw in the mix on the hueco wall. Mar 25, 2009
Kemper Brightman
Kemper Brightman   Tucson
A great alternative to 5 gallon buckets for a warm up, and possibly more fun as well. Dec 28, 2011
cmagee1 Magee
cmagee1 Magee  
Honestly loved this climb. Really fun route that seems to follow a pattern of a couple sustained crimpy moves and then a huge jug to rest on. Has a few genuinely cool movements, Id climb this before 5 gallon buckets any day. Jun 12, 2012
Holden Marsh
Eugene, OR
Holden Marsh   Eugene, OR
This route was quite fun, moreso then the neighboring 5 Gallon Buckets. Good warm up or cool down. Jul 20, 2013
Sam Carter  
Fun at the bottom and thoughtful movement at the top, more fun than 5 Gallon Buckets for sure. Mar 1, 2018