Type: Sport, 75 ft
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Shared By: GhaMby Eagan on Oct 19, 2006
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Access Issue: Echo Canyon Seasonal Closure: Jan. 1 - second Saturday in April Details


Starts on the right side of wall, really fun warmup.


left side of wall


lots of bolts


Orem, UT
jtwalter   Orem, UT
This is a great route. This route is on the main wall farthest to the right before the small trail that goes to the .10s. This is the warm up for the harder climbs to the left. Probably the longest route on the wall - 9 bolts plus the chains. You'll definitely need a 60m rope. There were 2 leaver biners at the chains to lower off when we climbed there (Aug 2007). High quality climbing. Aug 3, 2007
bheller   SL UT
The name of this climb may be "Something Must Break." Jun 25, 2009
Sammamish, WA
Riddler   Sammamish, WA
Awesome jughaul. Even though this one gets traveled pretty often, I still pulled a good sized rock off near the top. Helmet for the belayer recommended, or at least belay close to the wall out of the way of flying rocks. Sep 1, 2009
Taylorsville, UT
DCrane   Taylorsville, UT
Fun climb. Really cool start, crux maybe 1/2 way up then it gets much easier. Still finding some loose things here and there. Jun 3, 2012
Mark Lewis
Salt Lake City, Utah
Mark Lewis   Salt Lake City, Utah
Fun route! Pumpy climbing, but it's all there if you look around. As others have mentioned, there are still some loose rock on this route, be cautious. Jul 17, 2012
Ken Noyce
Layton, UT
Ken Noyce   Layton, UT
This is a really fun route, it's long and pumpy, but there really aren't any hard moves at all. It all felt pretty solid and I didn't feel like anything would pull off as I climbed it. Jul 29, 2013
santa clara, utah
jeffozozo   santa clara, utah
There is a section of this midway, I think just before the 5th bolt where the positive holds run out. There are a couple of larger slopey cobbles that are ok, but because the first part of the climb is so positive, you suddenly feel a bit unsure. Spoiler alert: there is a good pocket out to the left that you can clip from. There's also a good hold above the bolt, and the climbing eases again after this cruxy section. Sep 3, 2013
Sabrina Dawson
Salt Lake City, UT
Sabrina Dawson   Salt Lake City, UT
Super fun route, pumpy the whole way up, crux is definitely about halfway up. When we climbed it (11/2014), anchors were two chains with carabiners (one locker one non-locker). They were in good condition. Brought up 2 sets of draws and had a couple left over, so I think we used 10. Superb climb. Nov 9, 2014
J Saarela
Park City
J Saarela   Park City
From below, it looks like the last bolt before the chains has no hanger. When rebolted, the new bolt was placed a few inches lower in a sort of dish (good move, the rock the old bolt is in looks pretty fractured), making it hard to see from below. I debated lowering when I only saw the old hangerless bolt, but made 2 more moves and was able to see the new one. Would have been a pretty big run to the chains, but all the hard moves are below you at that point anyway.

Awesome route. Good to lap for a good pump. Oct 9, 2017