Type: Sport, 55 ft
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Shared By: Rich Kelly on Nov 28, 2006
Admins: slim, Andrew Gram, Nathan Fisher, Perin Blanchard, grk10vq

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Access Issue: RAIN, WET ROCK and RAPTOR CLOSURES: The sandstone around Moab is fragile and is very easily damaged when it is wet. Also please ask and be aware of Raptor Closures in areas such as CAT WALL and RESERVOIR WALL in Indian Creek Details
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Nice face climb on the rightside of School Room #2. It is fairly sustained and has tricky moves at the start, above 1st pin and getting to the anchor. Climb trends to the right and is well protected with 6 fixed pieces.

This climb was not in Eric B's "Wall Street to the SR Swell" guide book so if anyone has the real name, grade and 1st ascent info, please provide it.


12' right of "Grama and the Green Suede Shoes" and 25' left of Lacto Mangulation


6 bolts/driled pins to rap anchors


jason malczyk
General Delivery
jason malczyk   General Delivery
The name of this route is banana peel. Kirk and dave put it up in 01. Aug 16, 2007
Ty Meadows
Moab, UT
Ty Meadows   Moab, UT
lots of sand in the holds. Jul 11, 2010
OldManRiver _
Salt Lake City, UT
OldManRiver _   Salt Lake City, UT
tough start and it keeps you thinking despite being slabby. Cool mix of holds from the occasional jug to tiny tiny pockets. Oct 21, 2012
Preston Havill
Redstone, CO
Preston Havill   Redstone, CO
Good route. Beware the first bolt, which is actually a piton. Some cruxy moves in the first 20 feet but you wouldn't want to whip on that piton. There is another piton higher up, maybe the 4th or 5th bolt, watch out! Nov 17, 2013

Those angles are just fine! Don't encourage the epoxy madman to return to Moab and ruin another route like he/she did with Seibernetics a few years back. Nov 17, 2013
really slippery start, but pretty cruiser after the first 10 feet. Oct 26, 2014
Josh Cameron
Josh Cameron   California
I found this route to be quite fun and engaging. Jan 31, 2015
Diana Richardson
Seward, AK
Diana Richardson   Seward, AK
After getting past the crux at the beginning this was a really fun climb!! Difficult but straightforward. Jun 1, 2015
Conor O
Fort Collins, CO
Conor O   Fort Collins, CO
Crux is definitely at the start but it gets easy going from there, lots of finger pockets to mess around with. Jan 3, 2016
Nick Brennan
Concord, NH
Nick Brennan   Concord, NH
top rope tough guys are ruining the start of this route. i climbed it a year or two ago and the start is way less positive now. if you think traversing your way along the anchors at wall street (while chucking rocks down) in order to top rope everything is a good idea, you need a little more tutelage at your home crag. if you start this route like a labrador running up a sliding board, know that you're part of the problem. Oct 18, 2016
Caleb Gruber
Denver, CO
Caleb Gruber   Denver, CO
Had a hard time getting up to the first bolt until someone showed us the left hand undercling below the first bolt. Above the first bolt its tempting to move to the right due to the directionality of the big flake, but its easier to come up to the left. The upper portion is pocketed with small finger holes. Really a fun climb! Crux at 1st and 2nd bolt. Oct 31, 2017
Mark Griffin
Boulder, CO
Mark Griffin   Boulder, CO
Worth a lap. Rock around first drilled angle is cracked but it seemed solid enough. Curious as to how the glue-in (4th ish clip?) got so bent. Had to be a hell of a sideways winger. Sandy Footslip must've been there just before us, sprinkling her dang sand all over everything. May 10, 2018
Cole Pazar
Boulder, CO
Cole Pazar   Boulder, CO
Slabbby for a spicy lead but less heady on toprope! Oct 8, 2018