Type: Sport, 85 ft
FA: Jim and Tommie Howe, 1989
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Shared By: Guy H. on Jun 14, 2008
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This is a great route for morning sun or to avoid the wind. To start the route, scramble up to the upper ledge from the right side. You will see a tree at the beginning of the start of the climb.

Follow a handful of bolts and pins up moderate 5.10 face to the crux bulge at the last bolt. It is probably better to rap the route, since the anchor are set back from the top.


Southeast face of Anteater Rock.


4-5 bolts and couple pins...


Jim Howe
Salt Lake city
Jim Howe   Salt Lake city
My wife Tommie and I put up this route around 1989. Named in honor of my father-in-law, who was a long time pilot with Eastern Airlines starting in 1936, and flew during WWII. His plane (DC-3) hangs from ceiling in the Smithsonian. Its a beauty. Jun 1, 2018