Type: Sport, 60 ft
FA: Keith Reynolds
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Shared By: Brendan Leonard on Dec 7, 2006
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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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Also referred to as Little Thailand. A Fun, well-protected beginner/intermediate lead. Crux is the move after you've clipped the last bolt before the anchor.


100 feet to the right of the Indian Writings sign on Potash Road, just to the left of a sandy-floored chimney (route on the right side of the chimney is Shadowfax).


5 bolts to a 3-bolt anchor
Andy Librande
Denver, CO
Andy Librande   Denver, CO
There is a really fun TR variation on this climb if you start down in the cave to the left of the climb. Some loose rock but a solid variation ; not to mention the swing from the fall in the cave is always exciting. Oct 30, 2007
david verderrosa
david verderrosa   Boulder,Co.
The first ascentionist was Keith Reynolds..we bolted it back in 1998...little Thailand definetely wasn't the name..something to do with reefer was the name??I forgot though maybe ask Keith..wait it was called Potstash.. Jul 18, 2008
Ty Meadows
Moab, UT
Ty Meadows   Moab, UT
Nice climb! A couple of the bolts, including one at the top anchor, are in need of repair. Aug 3, 2010
John Braun
Hendersonville, NC
John Braun   Hendersonville, NC
The last bolt before the chains (the bolt that protects the high crux) is in really bad shape. It's sticking out about a half inch from the rock and the hanger is just rattling around. If that scares you, you might be able to protect that section with a yellow or larger TCU to the right of the bolt. Mar 23, 2011
Daniel Slosky
Daniel Slosky  
This is one of the few 5.9 sport routes at Potash that doesn't turn into a friction climb after 20 feet. It has some thoughtful moves with a crux near the end. Finding a good spot to clip the anchor from isn't easy. All the bolts look fine now. Nov 12, 2014
Gavin W
Langley, BC
Gavin W   Langley, BC
Super fun lead with some awkward mantle-y moves that are fun to execute. Definitely the highlight of my trip to Wall Street. Be careful that the rope doesn't get caught on the 2nd bolt as you climb past it; the groove in the rock suggests that this has happened to plenty of people (and will likely contribute to premature rope wear if it happens to you). A quick flip of the rope with some slack will unsnag it and allow it to follow a natural path. May 6, 2015
Michael Dom
Michael Dom  
I wasn't a huge fan of this route. It felt uncomfortable more often than not. Dec 22, 2015
Conor O
Fort Collins, CO
Conor O   Fort Collins, CO
Awesome warm-up route to start the day off right on wall street! Jan 3, 2016
John Binger
Moab, UT
John Binger   Moab, UT
As of about 3 weeks ago the anchor bolts were loose with one of them sticking out about a 1/2" or more. Heads up. I didn't have a wrench or I would've tightened things up a bit. May 7, 2016
Had to bail due to rain and left six quick draws on Potstash. They are orange and silver mad rock quick draws with orange and green tagging. If you have them, please text/call Keegan (802-779-3149). Thanks! May 28, 2016
Mark Says
Basalt, CO
Mark Says   Basalt, CO
There's two easy boulder problems on this route that keep you interested on the way up. There's an awful lot of chalk before the anchors in some weird spots that made no sense to me, there's one hold up there that seemed to do the trick on its own. Feels more awkward than it is difficult. Oct 10, 2017
Dan Earhart  
Saw a grapefruit sized rock pull from the top section the other day. Perhaps a helmet for the belayer would be a good idea. Dec 22, 2018