Type: Trad, Sport, 75 ft
FA: Rhodes, Barnes
Page Views: 2,056 total · 14/month
Shared By: Guy H. on Sep 20, 2006
Admins: grk10vq, Mike Engle

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Description

This simulating route starts with crux face moves off the ground, which is typical for this wall. There is a low bolt to protect the crux, but a .75 camalot is nice to have ready for the upper crack. Follow the now moderate finger crack to the well protected patina face climbing above. A .3 camalot in an undercling will protect the runout between bolts. A fun outing...

Location

The third route from the left. It starts in one of the few vertical finger cracks on this wall.

Protection

Gear to .75 cam with medium to large nuts

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Wavey
Salt Lake City, UT
Wavey   Salt Lake City, UT
crux no harder than 10c/10d. easier for taller folks. smooth climbing above crux. Jan 25, 2007
Alec LaLonde
  5.10d
Alec LaLonde  
  5.10d
This is a superb route. A tough move off the deck leads to a slightly easier crack and technical face climbing above. Stays 5.10 and keeps your attention the whole way up. May 16, 2010
Jeffrey Gagliano
Pennsburg, PA
Jeffrey Gagliano   Pennsburg, PA
Getting past the bolt is height dependant. 10+ for those over 5'10" The quickly backs off to mid 10 for a ways. Maybe a few more 10 moves here and there. Sep 21, 2010
phylp
Upland
  5.11a
phylp   Upland
  5.11a
At 5'4", that low crux is really annoyingly hard. C'est la vie, though. Oct 18, 2017