Type: Sport, 80 ft
FA: Kevin Pouge
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Shared By: Zeb Kenyon on Jul 29, 2007 with updates from Chelsea Wood
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Description

No secret here, the crux is off the ground moving through the first four or so bolts. A steep traverse leads to a couple power moves out of the roof section. The upper face is pure enjoyment moving over plates in the 5.9 range.

Location

Get Over It is the first route as you enter the corridor on your right. The line is visible form the passing trail.

Protection

13 bolts to chains anchors, all well-spaced (as of 08/25/2018 the first 4 are spinners). Rappel to avoid rope drag.

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Matty Coles
Salt Lake City
 
Matty Coles   Salt Lake City
 
First of all... you're going to need 15 draws (including the 2 for the top) unless you want to skip a few bolts. It's fun, mellow face climbing up top so wasn't to bad to run it out. The crux is pulling the roof at the bottom. Extended draws are useful on the first 3-4 bolts to reduce drag and ease of clipping for followers. May 9, 2018
Chelsea Wood
Boise, ID
  5.10d
Chelsea Wood   Boise, ID
  5.10d
I agree with Matty Coles and have double counted the bolts: there are 13 bolts plus chain anchors, requiring 15 quick draws. The bolts are well-spaced. The crux is completely finished after the 4th bolt and followed by sustained 5.8 climbing to the anchors with no other small cruxes. Rappel down (as opposed to being lowered) to avoid rope drag.

This route left me hoping for more cruxes and challenging climbing. From the ground, a direct start using the bulge to the right of the 1st bolt (instead of left in the overhang with inclining horizontal crack) is sensational and extends the length of the "get-over-it" crux, adding a right footed heel-toe cam, and giving you an extra climber's high. Aug 27, 2018