Type: Trad, TR, 90 ft
FA: unknown
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Shared By: Perin Blanchard on Apr 24, 2007
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A fun trad route on a fun wall. No Way in Hell climbs a flake system up to and around the right side of the center roof on Ed and Terry. It then goes to the slot up and right of the roof, and finally climbs up a small, broken crack system to the anchors.

The start and end bits are easier than the rest, but the whole route has positive edges and good feet. There didn't seem to be a real crux; after the start the climbing was similar until right before the end.


This route starts to the right of the Main Crack up an obvious serrated flake system that is located under the right side of the center roof.


Small to medium nuts and a small cam or 3 (I placed a #.75 C4, a #2 C3, and a #0 C3 (that wasn't really needed). Mostly good placements but you have to look for them. There is also one bolt above and to the left of the slot. Chain anchors.


Sam Cannon
Salt Lake City, UT
  5.9- PG13
Sam Cannon   Salt Lake City, UT
  5.9- PG13
This route was an enormously fun lead. A few runout sections kept my attention and overall the climbing was a nice balance of "moderate" and "tricky." Some of the gear I placed wasn't the best, but if you can lead 10- and higher on gear this route shouldn't be too much of a problem. If you're expecting a cruiser 5.8 you're in for a treat!

I'd say singles from your smallest cam up to a #2, with a set of nuts and plenty of runners. Aug 18, 2014
Stan Pitcher
Stan Pitcher   SLC, UT
This is a fun and interesting route, well worth doing! I followed a crack system right after the slot (skipping the bolt) to the Real McCoy anchors which made for a nice alternate finish. Mar 29, 2016
Brock Jones
Provo, UT
  5.7+ PG13
Brock Jones   Provo, UT
  5.7+ PG13
This probably isn't technically harder than Flakes or Main Crack, but it seemed a little harder to me because the gear isn't very confidence inspiring, so I'd recommend being a confident leader that this grade before getting on this. Bring a single rack from tips to #1 Camalot and a set of nuts (micronuts very useful) and a lot of alpine draws both to cut down on drag and to clip to nuts (you'll place a lot). As the previous comment mentioned, there's a nice alternate finish up to the chains for the Real McCoy. I'd recommend this because I thought it was funner and protected better, it also seems like a more natural line so if want to do the original finish just remember you need to go left right after the slot like feature instead of following the obvious crack that trends right. Feb 8, 2018