Type: Sport, 99 ft
FA: Doug Maddox, Greg Martinez 8-14-05
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Shared By: shawn Kenney on Jul 7, 2007
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Access Issue: Please respect this beautiful area. Stay on established trails and do not trample any vegetation Details
Access Issue: Gate Buttress Area Recreational Lease: Climbs on Church Buttress above vault remain closed Details


This is a long one. Make sure you have at least a 60M and watch the ends. Its a full rope lengh.


Last route on the left side of the wall.


12 bolts to the chains.


Derek Newman
Holladay, UT
Derek Newman   Holladay, UT
This is one of my favorite climbs. I love the consistency in difficulty and the broad range of technique. The lie-back in the beginning is solid, the middle is really thin and requires thorough balancing, and the ending consists of rocking jugs and powerful moves. I can't help but smile for the rest of the day after I have climbed this route. Aug 1, 2009
Alan Avedovech
Salt Lake City, Utah
Alan Avedovech   Salt Lake City, Utah
Easy 5.10a but fun lead with lots of different moves. Loved the crack in the beginning! Aug 29, 2010
Mike Marmar
Salt Lake City, UT
Mike Marmar   Salt Lake City, UT
This is a great consistent route on high quality rock. For some added excitement try leading on gear. You might find you have to clip a bolt or two around the crux to avoid an R/X runout, but it's mostly well protected. Hand sizes for the bottom crack, and micros in horizontals for the top. Jul 28, 2014
Boissal .
Small Lake, UT
Boissal .   Small Lake, UT
You could probably get by with a 40m rope, barely passed the middle mark of a 70m when starting from the platform. Sep 19, 2016