Type: Sport, 45 ft
FA: T. Goss, D. Biniaz
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Shared By: Chuck on Aug 24, 2006
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This route starts under a 15' long roof. Use the crack around the left corner for your hands. At the third bolt drop down under the roof. The holds here have been cemented to keep them from breaking off. The crux is from here to the next bolt. follow the arete up to a 2 chain anchor.


About 100 yard from west end of gap on south facing wall. This route in immediately right of Hair Today Gone Tomorrow. It is the most obvious roof with three bolts under the roof.


Five draws plus anchor
Fixed Bolts. 2 Chain anchor


Springdale / Zion UT / Moab
Gaar   Springdale / Zion UT / Moab
This is not a project...The roof is very easy, and contrived....the crux is turning the lip. Dec 11, 2007
The route is named "Stick to your Guns"

FA: T. Goss, D. Biniaz
Goss Guide Book gives it a 12c. Mar 18, 2009
Jeremy Steck
Salt Lake City, UT
Jeremy Steck   Salt Lake City, UT
This route is very fun, regardless of the grade or glued holds. It might be a good idea to anchor the belayer to prevent a possible ground fall if the climber was to fall when turning the lip or fumbling the clip above the lip. Mar 7, 2010
Spencer Weiler
Salt Lake city
Spencer Weiler   Salt Lake city
12a seems about right for this climb. I felt is was easier then sandstoner reverse though, so could be 11d. 12c is very generous. Super fun climb. Mar 7, 2011
santa clara, utah
jeffozozo   santa clara, utah
Any beta on how to turn the lip? what are the holds like above the lip? Where should you clip from once you come around it? Mar 30, 2011
Beta at lip is the crux toss to a deep 2-3 finger pocket. Then proceed up the face on the best holds you can find. They are better to the left of the bolt line if I remember correctly. Mar 31, 2011