Type: Sport, 40 ft
FA: Richard Harrison, Lisa Harrison, and Michelle Locatelli, May 06
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Shared By: Jeff Beckstrand on Dec 9, 2007
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Access Issue: Red Rock RAIN AND WET ROCK: The sandstone is fragile and is very easily damaged when wet. Details


Lots of big holds, lots of big rests. Climb the Hueco over a bulge. Bring a coffee for those no hands rests--don't be afraid to get up in that hueco and shake em out.


Lower corridor, right side. Directly behind that lonely shrubby tree.


5 bolts, 2 bolt anchor.


Russ Walling
Overlord @ FishProducts
Russ Walling   Overlord @ FishProducts
If this was the route I was on.... climb giant jugs and huecos and sit in the ones you want if you need a rest. At the top it slabs out over a bulge and you can move slightly left to to a big jug over the lip, or do a funky press out right to gain the slab. Well protected and fun. Oct 23, 2011
Sam Sala
Sam Sala   Denver
Didn't have any idea of what it was, but jumped on it as a warm-up because the movement looked fun from the ground. Was not disappointed! Felt like the crux was moving to a rail above a giant hueco (off a left pinch on the side of the hueco and a sidepull further right, with weird feet). Fun route! Apr 18, 2017
Bryan Friesen
Henderson, NV
Bryan Friesen   Henderson, NV
The fourth bolt on this route is loose to the touch. Noticed it wiggle when I clipped my draw. The direction of the bolt is downward facing and didn't trust it under my body weight. I ended up downclimbing the route. Aug 21, 2018
This route has been upgraded with ASCA glue-ins Nov 2, 2018
Joshua Thompson
Seattle, WA
Joshua Thompson   Seattle, WA
If you don't want beta, don't read this.
You'll know when you're at the crux. I went with the right moves. Right finger slot/pull, left side pull on crimp with full pads, bump right hand to the sliced toast and give it a big pinch, then bump left hand to the jug above the hueco Apr 11, 2019