Type: Sport, 35 ft
FA: Dave Ianuzzi (Nov 1999)
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Shared By: Hillary Davis on Mar 20, 2007 with updates from Jay Bone 1
Admins: Luke Bertelsen, JJ Schlick, Greg Opland

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Access Issue: Portions of the approach and cliffs of this area are on private land. Details

Description

This is basically a boulder problem (V0+, V1 or so) to huge jugs, but it's pretty keen. Power up to the stacked blocks that make up the key handlebar hold. There's still some friable crud under your feet on the overhanging part, so take caution.

Location

On the left flank of the Bonetown "cave," before the new slab routes. Look for the stumpy remains of what was a prickly, crotch-nibbling bush at the base (a crag gardener has since cut it down.)

Protection

Bolts (3 or 4, I don't recall)
Hillary Davis
  5.10a
Hillary Davis  
  5.10a
The stars are for the fun power moves and the handlebar itself. Mar 21, 2007
David Stephens
Superior AZ/Spokane WA
David Stephens   Superior AZ/Spokane WA
When I did the route last it was 11a and had 5 bolts and the rings on top. Apr 10, 2007
Hillary Davis
  5.10a
Hillary Davis  
  5.10a
D'oh. You're right. It was late, and I get the names mixed up anyway. The short 10a is Milk Bone. Yes, the 5-bolt 11a is Wishbone. Fixed it. Apr 28, 2007
Nate Young
Phoenix
 
Nate Young   Phoenix
 
This route was a two move wonder, but still pretty fun. The hardest part was clipping the first draw without getting caught up in the rope for the move out left. Dec 11, 2014
Nate Young
Phoenix
 
Nate Young   Phoenix