Type: Sport, 50 ft
FA: Alli Rainey
Page Views: 782 total · 6/month
Shared By: Matt Richardson on Jul 9, 2008
Admins: Mike Snyder, Jake Dickerson, Taylor Spiegelberg

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This route is one of a triad of moderate routes that lay just to the right of Wyoming Flower Child. Leave your guns at home as this is no enduro-pumpfest. To finish this route, you will need to stay on your toes (literally).

Start just to the left of Wafer thin Mint, follow a line of six bolt through thin edges to the anchors of aforementioned route. You will find that getting off the ground is most likely the most difficult part of this route. However, thin-ness abounds and you will need to stay balanced throughout the climb.

Although similar in its technical nature to Wafer thin Mint, I found this route to be considerably more enjoyable as the rock seemed a little nicer. Don't fall on this thing though, as you will probably end up sliding across the horizontal knife edges that make up this route.


This route is located immediately to the right of Wafer thin Mint.


6 bolts + anchors (shared with Wafer thin Mint)


Mike Snyder
Cody, WY
Mike Snyder   Cody, WY  
Wafer Thin Mint and Great Green Gobs of Greasy Grimey Greenie Guts are reversed in the 2011 "Lies and Propaganda Guidebook". Jul 17, 2012
I just saw Mike Snyder's comment that Wafer Thin Mint and Great Green Gobs etc. are reversed which makes a ton of sense. I thought I was climbing GGG and it felt way harder than a 10a. It was fine and somewhat enjoyable if you like teensy tiny sharp edges. Ten Sleep is one of my favorite areas, so I would suggest climbing some of the really amazing routes in the canyon, and staying away from this greesy, thin stuff. Sep 5, 2014
Ken Duncan
Ft Collins, CO
Ken Duncan   Ft Collins, CO
Very sharp! Sep 17, 2018