Type: Sport, 60 ft
FA: Jeff and Rick Leafgreen
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Shared By: Guy H. on May 29, 2006
Admins: Lauren Heerschap, Mike Snyder, Jake Dickerson, Taylor Spiegelberg

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This excellent route starts behind the tree to the left of Action Candy. This route has a little bit of everything on it.

Start with a crimpy traverse to the left to join a short crack. Follow jams and liebacks past the first of the crux moves. A moderate slab leads to a large roof. Angle right through the roof with big moves. There is a key under cling on the right to ease passage.




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Jason Haas
G1 Climbing + Fitness
Jason Haas   G1 Climbing + Fitness
7 bolts Jul 26, 2008
Jason Albino
San Francisco, CA
Jason Albino   San Francisco, CA
Did this on our first trip to Sinks in July 2013.

As a climber who loves steep but short bouldery sections, this route was right up my alley. Tricky bouldering off the deck leads to a decent rest stance after a couple bolts (careful before this section as early groundfall potential would seem to exist). After that, some jams ease the pump a bit before more cruxy steep movements gain a satisfying finish. Jul 18, 2013
Jeremy Noring
Salt Lake City, Utah
Jeremy Noring   Salt Lake City, Utah
A fun route with sort of a dicy start and attractive headwall. Mind the tree behind you. May 27, 2014
Beau Skelton 1
Billings, MT
Beau Skelton 1   Billings, MT
As of Nov. 2017 this climb is pretty dirty, something about the weather has made it a little funky. But stellar nonetheless. Puzzling crux and sweet jams! The 12b to the left is so dirty at the current moment that its unclimbable. These 2 could use some love and brushing Nov 17, 2017