Type: Sport, 40 ft
FA: E. Tupper, M. Tupper
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Shared By: EricD on May 16, 2006
Admins: Andrew Gram, Nathan Fisher, Perin Blanchard, grk10vq

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Access Issue: Crawdad Canyon is private property. Details


Start on a pillar then traverse a short ways to the right around a bulge. The holds are big but the moves are a bit awkward.


This route is directly in front of those crossing the bridge. It can also be identified by the small lean-to type cover across the trail that is nice for those not doing anything.


4 bolts lead to sport anchors


Hiro Protagonist
Hiro Protagonist   Colorado
A technical and reachy route. Usually when I lead a 5.8, I expect something fun, this was a thinker. I found myself sitting a comfy spot, trying to figure out what to do next. Overall, a good route, perhaps a little too technical to not frustrate a new climber. Perhaps fascinating to someone who has bouldering problem experience but not climbing. Nov 25, 2012
Gordon Larsen
St. George, UT
Gordon Larsen   St. George, UT
The route has been extended upward about 17 feet to new "sport anchors". This bumps the difficulty up to 9+ or 5.10 in my opinion. Still one of the few moderate routes on this wall.
A good line to do to set up a toprope for the route to the right called "Somnambulance". Mar 2, 2013