Type: Sport, 80 ft
FA: Frank Dusl
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Shared By: Jesse Ryan on May 25, 2006
Admins: Lauren Heerschap, Mike Snyder, Jake Dickerson, Taylor Spiegelberg

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Enduro, almost. Start by aiding to the 1st bolt. Launch into the crux via technical and powerful pulls on the left angling seam, edges, and pockets. Move left onto the classic pocket pulling headwall. Crank the roof and hold on for the wild ride through the killer pump to the anchors. Classic moves on the 'biggest holds you'll ever fall off'.


Located in the central part of the Killer Cave left of the where the trail comes up beneath Bushdoctor (12a). Walk left across the level portion of the cave, jump up on the 1st big dinner plate boulders and find the line that starts via aid and travels left up the seam. Now drool like a fool.


Often there will be a fixed rope hanging off the alternate 1st bolt. 12 bolts with fixed draws to anchors.
Peter Franzen
Phoenix, AZ
Peter Franzen   Phoenix, AZ  
Classic route! I seem to remember a lot of bees and/or hornets on this route when I climbed it a few years ago. I imagine all those big pockets make nice hives. May 25, 2006
Gee Dubble  
I made and named the route. The 1st ascent jumped from a cheater stone onto the crimp, into the flake and climbed to the top. This method did not catch on. This after many, many days of cleaning. Lander should recognize who did the most work, so that work gets done. Scrub. Jun 17, 2014
Brian Fabel
Lander, WY
Brian Fabel   Lander, WY
Brian Fabel
Lander, WY
Brian Fabel   Lander, WY