Type: Sport, Alpine, 85 ft
FA: Richard Plummer, 1994
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Shared By: Mike Snyder on May 7, 2008
Admins: Mike Snyder, Jake Dickerson, Taylor Spiegelberg

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Begin by climbing up to a ledge to attain the slabby dihedral. Up the dihedral to attain a downward sloping ledge on the right. Launch up the headwall to the left, following small edges at first then various crack systems. A long pitch that is pumpy towards the end.


20 feet right of Aah.. Me Wrikey and 40 feet left of Egyptian on the Tunnel Wall


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Darren Mabe
Flagstaff, AZ
Darren Mabe   Flagstaff, AZ
good route! the first two clips are a bit spaced with awkward climbing, though a hand sized piece might be useful for the timid getting to the 2nd bolt. the second half makes up for it with awesome pumpy sequences through the headwall. the last move is strenuous if youre pumped and almost took my onsight away. Jul 7, 2010
Bryant hall
Cody, WY
Bryant hall   Cody, WY
Probably my favorite route the island. The right hand crimp through the crux at mid route is a great hold. and leads to fun exposure followed by great jug section. The slopper to finish keeps the business going at the end. Great route. Sep 8, 2013
Beau Skelton 1
Billings, MT
Beau Skelton 1   Billings, MT
Stellar route. Must do if you're in the island. Moves feel like 10D/11A. Sustained bomber ledges all the way up, gets a little puppy at the top. We warmed up on this and I don't recommend it. (Lots of crimps). Suggest warming up tendons first. 11A Jun 19, 2016
Derrick   Bozeman
I was ROBBED spat off twice at the finish, what a route though. My favorite at the island.
edit: after sending a while back I think 11b is fair for the grade relative to other Cody routes, felt harder (and took way more tries) than la phroaig and in stitches Jun 28, 2016