Type: Sport, 90 ft
FA: Phil and Andy Reynolds
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Shared By: Chuck on Sep 7, 2006
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90'. Fun climbing, plent of rest positions. Solid edges.


Second route from the left, just left of the two shorter routes.


9 Draws + anchor
60m rope


The warm-up of the wall. But always fun. Sep 1, 2007
What a pleasure. I really enjoyed this one. In some areas I had to smear and prayed that it stuck and it did. Apr 13, 2008
Bad Sock Puppet
Bad Sock Puppet  
Probably the only route on the left side of the wall that is actually rated right. Easy start to a series of small ledges spaced a good ways apart. Good feet. Don't think there really was a crux. Aug 23, 2008
Rob Job
Provo, UT
Rob Job   Provo, UT
Love the rests May 16, 2012
Canyon Copa  
It felt like the entire route was a thin move to a huge rail over and over. Fun warm up. May 29, 2012
Tim Moore  
A great route one of the easier ones on the wall. No traffic ever comes here so you should have it all to yourself. Plus the belay spot is totally shaded and awesome even if the route is entirely in the sun. The route is very well bolted and there are awesome ledges to rest on between crimpy moves. Starts off on a huge flake you have to work up. Get's a little reachy at times even for me at 6'3" with longs arms. May 2, 2014
Logan Bradford
American Fork, UT
Logan Bradford   American Fork, UT
Wonderfully fun route. It seemed like it was a series of a committing move to a good rest ... rinse and repeat. Lots of places where I threw my feet on little stuff, praying it would hold...and it always did. Great rock, great movement, fun flakes all over the place. Lovely climbing. Sep 5, 2016