Type: Sport, 40 ft
FA: Tupper and Tupper
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Shared By: richard magill on Mar 30, 2007
Admins: Andrew Gram, Nathan Fisher, Perin Blanchard, grk10vq

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Description

A high-quality 5.8 sport climb! Lots of fun with several nice moves, including a cool opening sequence. Like many of these climbs, a little sandy at the top.

Location

This route is 1 route right of Knuckle Bones and is easy to identify - lots of chalk!

Protection

3 bolts to anchors

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EricW
Sandy, Ut
 
EricW   Sandy, Ut
 
Fun for a 5.8. Sustained climbing. Jan 22, 2008
mattjbudd
West Valley, UT
  5.8
mattjbudd   West Valley, UT
  5.8
It's a fun 5.8. It contains some slopers and pinches. Apr 4, 2010
Ben C
Portland, OR
 
Ben C   Portland, OR
 
solid route, good to run laps on. May 26, 2010
mattjbudd
West Valley, UT
  5.8
mattjbudd   West Valley, UT
  5.8
jeffozozo
santa clara, utah
  5.8
jeffozozo   santa clara, utah
  5.8
This is really fun, even though it is sandy and slopey in places. It is well bolted, and a good beginner lead, except the moves to the chains, which are a little committing. Beta, after watching my kids climb it is to stay to the right, use the crack at the top as a sort of lay-back and reach high with your right hand. Aug 28, 2014
Free solo'ed this route when I was young, dumb, and a much stronger and more confident climber. Apr 7, 2017
Mike Womack
Los Angeles, CA
 
Mike Womack   Los Angeles, CA
 
If it were only 100 feet taller.... super fun route! Dec 28, 2017