Type: Trad, 800 ft (242 m), 9 pitches, Grade IV
FA: Dave Jones & Geoff Scherer, 1994
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Shared By: bsmoot on Mar 25, 2008
Admins: Andrew Gram, Perin Blanchard, GRK, D Crane

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This is another recommended route on Red Arch Mountain. A more adventurous alternative to Shunes. A lower corner crack is connected via face climbing to the prominent upper crack left of Shune's.

P1-3...Follow corner via fist & offwidths to a ledge (5.10+).
P4...Move left out on the face past 2 bolts to easier climbing and a ledge (5.11+).
P5...Wandering face climbing leads to a bolted belay on the face, to the right of a dirty corner system (5.11, some moss & dirt).
P6-9...Move right to single face crack which is followed via easier/classic climbing to the top (mostly hand cracks).

See Topo at visitors center

Location Suggest change

Begin about 100' left of Shune's Buttress in a long, striking right facing corner.

Protection Suggest change

Standard Zion free rack with extra #3 & 4 camalots.

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