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Sticks and Bones S 5.11d 7a 24 VIII 25 E5 6a
Type: Sport, 80 ft
FA: Pete VanSlooten, Tyler Phillips 1998
Page Views: 1,746 total, 15/month
Shared By: TylerPhillips on Jul 5, 2008
Admins: Andrew Gram, Perin Blanchard, grk10vq

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Description

This is a really cool arete. The crux is a slabby move with devious holds, but a spectacular position!

Location

This starts on the 2nd tier of the rappel wall. Hike up the lower tier on the right. The used to be a fixed handline to help bring you up the eroded gully. The start faces west.

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karl kvashay
cedar city, utah
karl kvashay   cedar city, utah
Stevie Nacho, Thanks for bolting the upper arete. Awesome moves and damn airy! Classic! Aug 28, 2014
Stevie Nacho   Utah
I bolted that arete. Big 1/2" bolts so enjoy! Jun 30, 2009
steve edwards
SLC, UT
steve edwards   SLC, UT
Has anyone checked out the upper arete? Maybe too chalky or holdless but what a line! Jun 29, 2009
Jared R
  5.9+
Jared R  
  5.9+
Only the first bolt is missing from the route making the first bolt 15' up from where the route starts, but 30' from the deck on the west side of the climb. Stay on the East aspect of the arete and you'll be fine. Super fun route! May 19, 2009
ZachBradford
  5.9+
ZachBradford  
  5.9+
Someone has stolen the first several bolts (not sure how many), making it unclimbable as a sport route. Whoever took them needs to replace them. If someone has the equipment to rebolt it contact me. I am willing to pay for the new bolts. Its a shame that people can be such jerks. Sep 30, 2008
T Brad
 
T Brad  
 
I'm so glad someone added this route. Kudos, TP in SLC.

The climb can be intimidating - an incline with sheer drop-offs on both sides - but the view is absolutely incredible. If ever there is a time to ignore the advice "don't look down," it is on this climb. Jul 15, 2008