Type: Sport, 45 ft
FA: 2002 Tyler P Greg M
Page Views: 252 total · 2/month
Shared By: Greg Martinez on Sep 11, 2007 with updates from David Harnsberger
Admins: Andrew Gram, Nathan Fisher, Perin Blanchard, grk10vq

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Description

Super sick, well-protected granite sport climb. Bolts set perfect to follow straight up the arête. A little short to be a classic, but worth the approach. It's difficult to see bolt 6 from bolt 5, but it's there and to climb straight up the arête between them makes the climb 11a. 2 cruxes.

Location

Furthest right bolted climb on the main wall. Head up the face of the arête that houses Bat Bastards and Gad Chutes.

Protection

7 bolts & chains

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Moonfri
  5.10c/d
Moonfri  
  5.10c/d
This is one sweet climb, delicate and unique=) Oct 12, 2009
Daniel Winder
  5.10d
Daniel Winder  
  5.10d
The first crux can easily be skipped by going to jugs out right. Doing that probably makes the route a one move wonder 5.10. Jul 31, 2011
Ryan Arnold
  5.10d
Ryan Arnold  
  5.10d
Stay on the arete and commit to the obvious sidepulls, and you'll be back into jugs in no time. The move left above the small cave feature is fun. Jul 14, 2012
Cassidy Thomas
Salt Lake City, UT
 
Cassidy Thomas   Salt Lake City, UT
 
It's a good route. Be ready for lots of side pulls, heel hooks, and smearing. I struggled up it the first time I climbed it but eventually got to the top after taking quite a few falls. Excited to get back to it. Jul 4, 2016