Type: Trad, 75 ft
FA: unknown
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Shared By: Jason Halladay on Oct 1, 2006
Admins: Shirtless Mike, Jason Halladay, Anthony Stout, LeeAB Brinckerhoff, Marta Reece, Drew Chojnowski

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Start right of Minion working up cracks and a shallow dihedral to the two-bolt anchor. Anchor bolts are placed wide apart and in dark rock--look closely!


Shown as route #3 on the Styx area route topo


Small to medium cams and nuts to a two-bolt anchor.


We thought this was a FA (Karl Kiser and Alex Sfakianos) but there was an old wired nut high on the route (and out of sight until we climbed to it). The three lower anchors on this wall were placed later. Beverly named the routes for the guide (the lower anchors). Apr 1, 2008
Chris Walden
Soldotna, Alaska
  5.8 PG13
Chris Walden   Soldotna, Alaska
  5.8 PG13
It is really hard to stay on route here because every 2 horizontal feet could be another route. So we climbed this entire face every which way really trying to make the routes as hard as possible. IMHO that is the beauty of climbing here in the Styx area you can climb all day and make routes easy or harder.

ANCHORS: We inspected all the anchors in the Styx area, they are new stainless steel bomber! Jun 30, 2015
John Gustafson 1
Los Alamos, NM
John Gustafson 1   Los Alamos, NM

Climbing at Styx Oct. 18 had a lovely large rock dislodge. This wasn't the only loose one we encountered that day but it was the biggest. Oct 30, 2015