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Flesh for Fantasy

5.11a, Trad, Sport, 100 ft (30 m),  Avg: 2.4 from 42 votes
FA: Gordon Douglas 1987
Idaho > S Idaho > City of Rocks > Breadloaves > Decadent Wall
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Flesh for Fantasy climbs moderate cracks to the base of a bolted headwall. It is easy to approach by rapping to the ledge below the headwall and pulling your rope.

Follow ~4 bolts through thin 5.10 face climbing to an interesting undercling stand up move to a good hold. It is a one move wonder, but worth the effort.


This line is directly below the rap line to the right of Carol's Crack


4 bolts on the headwall, and gear for the lower cracks...

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[Hide Comment] The normal way to start this follows easy climbing up and left from below the base then back right to the base of the bolted headwall. I climbed a direct route to the base of the bolted headwall, right up the center of the V feature. It was really quite good. It is probably about 5.10- and has reasonably good gear, probably about PG-13. I thought doing this direct to the bolted face is excellent and the whole thing would deserve three stars. Aug 27, 2007
Boissal .
Small Lake, UT
[Hide Comment] +1 for Ben's comment about the bottom. You can skip the left-trending easy "chimney" by climbing bulgy easy terrain then step across the gap to a thin crack that fades out about 8' below the ledge where the bolted face starts. Small nuts and cams up to a .5 protect this start adequately.
The patina is great with one stopped move followed by a bit of thin climbing with bad feet. Apr 30, 2013