Type: Sport, 190 ft, 2 pitches
FA: Mark Limage
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Shared By: 46and2 on May 14, 2006
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Access Issue: Red Rock RAIN AND WET ROCK: The sandstone is fragile and is very easily damaged when wet. Details


A great route that is very similar to subject verb agreement on this same wall. The route is actually two pitches, the first pitch is VERY well protected to say the least and has closer to 12 bolts rather than the 8 it mentions in the guidebook. The rock is kinda fragile so take care but the route is very fun nonetheless! Please note that the second pitch is VERY runout and has only one bolt in 90 feet but on easier 5.6 type terrain but still fragile rock so take caution if going for the top!!


This route is on the sunny Great Red Book Wall, about 100 yards right of the Great Red Book itself. It is about 40 feet left of Subject Verb Agreement and directly above a great belay spot to hide from the sun. You can reach it by hiking around on a ledge below the face, and into a 8' deep gully between the ledge and face. This climb is 20 feet left of a place where it is easy to step down into the gully. Follow the obvious line of bolts!


First pitch is overbolted with about 12-13 draws with fixed anchors. The second pitch is rarely done and has one bolt in 90 feet but there are fixed rappel anchors at the top of pitch two.
George Wilson
Las Vegas
George Wilson   Las Vegas
Fun route and very overbolted!!! There are 14 bolts to the anchors. There is some loose rock on this climb. I took two hand holds and one foot hold down. We used more like 7 draw to get to the anchors. Didn't get up the second pitch but will try one day!!! Dec 2, 2007
ssblue climber  
Another fun route. The first pitch is extremely well protected. So much so that I clipped in to every other bolt with no problems. About 14 total bolts on the first pitch. The second pitch is another story. It's about 60 or 70 feet with only one bolt about 20 feet above the belay station. It's saving grace is that the pitch is probably barely a 5.6. Very exposed, with a clear view to the bottom of the valley Jul 8, 2017
Tony B
Around Boulder, CO
  5.8 PG13
Tony B   Around Boulder, CO
  5.8 PG13
P2 is 60' not 90' and the bolt on it is about 1/2 way up it. The pitches are easily linked into a single lead and does not feel terrible runout. Heads-up, yes, but not dangerous. Nov 24, 2017
William Thiry
Las Vegas
William Thiry   Las Vegas
Nice route with sustained 5.7 / 5.8 climbing and good exposure. Several holds still seem suspect so the bolts every 5 feet are generally appreciated. Feb 7, 2018
Jonathan Zamora
Henderson, NV
Jonathan Zamora   Henderson, NV
We used a .3 camalot around 10 feet above anchor on 2nd pitch. We could have place some ball nuts thereafter the bolt. Apr 16, 2018