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Shared By: Arnold Braker on Jul 1, 2007
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A sporty start leads to nice jamming up higher.


Located on the wall right of Flying Elvis.


gear to #2 camalot


Always felt like the move getting into the crack was 5.11... Dec 11, 2010
C Archibolt
Salt Lake City, UT
C Archibolt   Salt Lake City, UT
I wouldn't dispute Tony's statement. This felt harder than some 11a routes.

As for gear, my wife and I both placed a #4 Camalot as our second piece. Other than that, gear to 2 inches.

Also, this route is awesome! Sep 19, 2015
K Hill
Denver, CO
K Hill   Denver, CO
BETA ALERT*** There is a pretty good side-pull crimp in the wide crack that is very helpful to get through the initial overhang sequence. Very fun route! The top half after the ledge is not a gimme either, with some tricky jams, but good rests. I too placed a #4 in the wide crack. Stoppers do well on this route as well, especially down low. Jun 4, 2016
i agree with tony... feels more like 11, but sandbag 10d works Nov 4, 2016