Type: Trad, TR
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Shared By: littlemike on Mar 27, 2007
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Access Issue: Red Rock RAIN AND WET ROCK: The sandstone is fragile and is very easily damaged when wet. Details


nice easy warm up route for beginners. easy to protect or walk up to far right to set TR. This can be in the shade


far right of panty wall, the only trad route at the top of the ramp


small cams and anchor at top for a TR


George Wilson
Las Vegas
George Wilson   Las Vegas
Short but sweet. Wasn't planning on climbing this one but due to the crowds on Panty Wall's sport ledge plans changed!!! Perfect for learning on...Bring Cams up to #2 and a set of nuts. Oct 17, 2007
My first trad lead. Would suggest bringing small cams and not do it the way I did... with only a set of hexes. Easy route for beginners learning to lead or follow trad. Oct 12, 2008
Wish I woulda had my small set of nuts on my rack, but made do without them. I'm a new Trad leader so this was just up my alley. I used a big Cam C4 BD #4 near the top, but it's an easy scramble if your head's in the game. I still overprotect my leads, nothing wrong with that though on something this short! I used two of each: #1, #2, #3 and couple smaller ones. But again, there were some nice little seams a micro would've fit well into. Jan 5, 2010
liveit P
Mammoth Lakes, Ca
liveit P   Mammoth Lakes, Ca
I loved this climb, fun moves, easy to protect (except maybe the top) Fun route to get away from all the crowds at Panty Wall main. 2 bolts on top without chains or rings, can easily walk off. Apr 30, 2010
Ben Sherwin
Ben Sherwin  
Loved this route. Like many others, it seems, this was my first Trad Lead. Easy to climb, nice protection that sort of ends at the top, but you gain a stemming option and a nice hueco or top seat to tie your shoes after 50mph wind-tunnel bursts untie them. Then regain your composure and cross over to the bolts...they are uneven which is kind of awkward and there was no rap ring or chain...i would have walked off if I were to do it again, I guess. Mar 2, 2011
Andy Hansen
Longmont, CO
Andy Hansen   Longmont, CO
Chossy and sandy. An ok lead to tick. Dec 19, 2011
Salt Lake City, Ut
rging   Salt Lake City, Ut
I belayed my son to the two bolts then realized they weren't rap anchors. I noticed a rap anchor 15 feet up (one rap anchor, one chain). I thought I could place a piece or two but could not find any gear placements above the two bolts. If you were to fall it would be very bad and I'd say there is a move or two that might go 5.7. Just walk off or leave webbing at the lower bolts. Apr 1, 2013
Bailey Miller
Bailey Miller  
My buddy and I enjoyed this short climb and used the extra 15 foot "pitch" (unprotecable...) above the first two anchor bolts to practice swapping leads. The top is a bit harder but has rap rings. Feb 19, 2014
Ben Townsend  
First bolts have one screwlink each. Nov 4, 2016
Matthew Lee
San Diego, CA
Matthew Lee   San Diego, CA
As of 12/10/17 there are quick links on the anchors above the crack / pillar. Dec 12, 2017