Type: Trad, 60 ft
FA: Gordon Douglass, Keith Maas, Eric Wood 1989
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Shared By: Nathan Fisher on Jun 29, 2007
Admins: Andrew Gram, Nathan Fisher, Perin Blanchard, grk10vq

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Description

A typical Millstone route, Eraserhead climbs a fun edgy wall, which is crossed by a pair of cracks. The cracks grant a reprieve from the thin holds.

Location

The first route that climbs straight from the boulder field as opposed to the slab, just left of the arete.

Protection

4 draws and a small rack for the pair of cracks. 2 bolts with webbing up top, bring extra webbing just in case.

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Wally29
Salt Lake City, Utah
Wally29   Salt Lake City, Utah
American Death Triangle was replaced 6/28/10 with cordelette Jun 30, 2010
dnaiscool  
 
Stiffer than the grade...IMO... 5.11b/c... when compared to the other routes in this area. That techy crux at the second bolt is quite sequential and calls on some sporty foot movements on sharp, balancy fins.

You'll need protection for the route to supplement the bolts:
#3-5 RP
Doubles TCU #0-3
one each Camalot from #.5 to 2 Apr 22, 2015