Type: Trad, 100 ft (30 m)
FA: Lin Ottenger ?
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Shared By: Todd Gordon on May 26, 2007 · Updates
Admins: slim, Andrew Gram, Nathan Fisher, Perin Blanchard, GRK, D C

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This is a fun adventure, and it's legal, for it's not "a named arch in Arches National Park." Even though it's 5.3 , we chose to rope up, and we wanted/needed a rope for the simul-rappel one climber off each side at once. It's a very exciting thing to do, and you it gets your heart beating and blood flowing. Climb the spine of the arch fromt he right side, up cracks and grooves.

Location Suggest change

Between mile marker 102 and 103. Park just at the arch in the pull-out.

Protection Suggest change

Take a few cams, slings and perhaps a cordalette (for bushes), and your rope. Simul-rap off the top, one climber on either end of the rope; and the rope pulls right over the top through the rock and dirt. Just don't unclip until our partner is down.

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