Type: TR
FA: unknown
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Shared By: Dean Cool on May 30, 2007
Admins: Leo Paik, John McNamee, Frances Fierst, Monty, Monomaniac

You & This Route

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This is the same type of climb as the other 5.6 TR - 1 but just a bit shorter.


It is to the left of the other 5.6 TR - 1 when looking at the rock.


Rope to two bolts.

Per Nolanic: Anchors are no longer there!


Rick Miske
Orem, UT
Rick Miske   Orem, UT
Gave it a one-star because near the top as the crack heads right of the anchors there is a fun spot where you can either balance leaning left in the crack or stick your right toe in a small pocket and reach up for a small crimp and step out on the face to the right - then suddenly you find the hidden jug.

Too short, but beautiful approach and scenery from the top. Nov 19, 2007
Breckenridge, Co
Nolanic   Breckenridge, Co
Anchors are no longer there! Aug 9, 2010
Rick Miske
Orem, UT
Rick Miske   Orem, UT
Bolts are gone. Not too bad setting up anchor with small-medium cams, tri-cams, sling a horn. Be sure your lockers are below the edge, because the crack will want to eat your rope otherwise.

Note that this crack is now being used by "highball boulderers" who seem to be comfortable pushing your rope out of the way and climbing beside you while you're on the route.

Aside from that, it's still a great place to bring the kids. My 6 year old topped out for the first time on this the other day. May 26, 2013