Type: Sport, 50 ft (15 m)
FA: John Gogus
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Shared By: Monomaniac on Sep 11, 2006
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Based on the polish, this route would appear to be the most popular line at Sitting Bull Falls. This shorty is extremely powerful for the grade. The cruxes here are harder than any single move on Coup, Eagles or Tribal War, however, the difficulties are so brief that the pump-factor never comes into play. I would argue that Counting Coup is easier than Ghost Dancers.

Begin with a couple of easy moves to a strenuous clip at the 2nd bolt. It would definitely be possible to blow this clip, so you may want to use a spotter, or stick clip this bolt your first time up. The first crux comes moving past this bolt with a painful 2 finger pocket (that sometimes contains a bat!) and a hard crank up to a great side-pull slot. Shuffle the feet then crank up to a slopey edge and dyno for the obvious jug. Clip the third bolt, then enter the crux. The pockets are big here, but they aren't very deep or positive, and the feet suddenly turn into tiny edges, making the next couple of moves desperate. A great (though small) 2-finger pocket leads to a huge rail of jugs and a great rest (and a possible arm thread). A few easier moves lead up to a final tricky slab move below the first anchor.


3rd route from the left end of the Big Horn Wall.


Bolts to the first set of two springer anchors.