Type: Trad, 280 ft (85 m), 2 pitches
FA: Troy Anderson and Tyler Phillips 03-23-08
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Shared By: Stevie Nacho on Mar 23, 2008
Admins: Andrew Gram, Nathan Fisher, Perin Blanchard, GRK, DCrane

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This route offers one long and clean slab pitch and one steeper pitch. Many old routes have been done on this wall, but this is the first to go directly up the guts of the storm mtn cliff.

PITCH ONE: Once the first bolt is located in the gully, follow 8 bolts, pass a 2 bolt (sub anchor), then pass 3 more bolt to another bolted belay with slings. Expect runouts between easy climbing.

PITCH TWO:  angle up and left past a painted and really hidden bolt (12' up from the belay), a fixed knifeblade, then climb under the triangle roof. Place some cams then climb up and left towards four bolts on the edge of an arete. After the bolts enjoy easy climbing up beautiful stopper cracks to a two bolt anchor. There is a mystery anchor at the rim of the top of the pitch. This may be for the ice route in the winter. The anchor for the Leisure route is up and right from this old anchor.


Walk up the gully to the left of the storm mtn falls. Look for a bolt about 20' up from the gully. To descend, rap a single rope into the void and walk the slab to get back to the second pitch anchor. From here, rap to the sub anchor, then down. If you bring two ropes, you can skip the sub anchor. TIE KNOTS IN THE END OF THE ROPE WHEN DROPPING THE FIRST RAPPEL


quickdraws, a few slings, one #3 camalot. One set of BD nuts or a few finger sized pieces, and helmets.
All belays are bolted.