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Terminalogical Inexactitude

5.10b, Sport, 60 ft, 2 pitches,  Avg: 2.6 from 60 votes
FA: Bob Sinclair
Utah > Wasatch Range > Logan > Fucoidal Quartzite

Description

P1) Kind of a one (or two) move wonder. Most of the climbing is in the 5.7-5.8 range. Crux comes going over a small bulge using a small pocket. There is a second pitch that is rarely climbed (it goes at about 5.11c). This is a fun route to run laps on.

P2) The second pitch is rarely climbed an it goes at about 5.11c, its not as good as the first, but isn't bad either! Climb the ever steepening face on edges to a decent rest at the flake. Climb right past the roof to chains.

This is a fun route to run laps on.

Location

Follow the trail to the ciff and follow the trail right for about 20 feet. Ascends the cliff just left of the large corner.

Protection

Draws

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1.Terminalogical Inaxtitude 5.10b/c <br>
2.Gills grace 5.10c Trad<br>
3. Nebulous Precision 5.10d
[Hide Photo] 1.Terminalogical Inaxtitude 5.10b/c 2.Gills grace 5.10c Trad 3. Nebulous Precision 5.10d
1.Begging For Bolts 5.11a <br>
2.Terminalogical Inaxtitude P1:5.10b/c<br>
P2: 5.12c/d <br>
3.Gills grace 5.10c Trad<br>
[Hide Photo] 1.Begging For Bolts 5.11a 2.Terminalogical Inaxtitude P1:5.10b/c P2: 5.12c/d 3.Gills grace 5.10c Trad

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scottso
St. George, Utah
[Hide Comment] I did the second pitch ground up and I would say it's 12a. Aug 9, 2012
Gareth
 
[Hide Comment] Very easy climbing to crux on really fun flakes. Huge holds mostly. Climb goes straight up over the roof to a small crack above it. Don't stray out to the right at the roof. Sep 5, 2016
lech
  5.10b/c
[Hide Comment] Extension is dirty and a bit chossier than desired. I would say solid 12a at this point. Apr 25, 2017