Type: Sport, 50 ft
FA: Andy Knight
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Shared By: Perin Blanchard on Aug 27, 2008
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Another enjoyable jaunt at the Hidden Wall with sidepulls, underclings, crimps, and even a two-finger pocket.

Start up with a good hold or two and reasonable feet and clip the first bolt from a hidden bucket. Getting to the second bolt is strenuous, but after clipping it, the real fun begins. Balancy feet and awkward holds continue to a bucket from which the fifth bolt can be clipped. The difficulty eases up after that and it is enjoyable cruising to the anchors.


The right-most route (of four) on the east (uphill) section of the Hidden Wall.


7 bolts, bolted anchors.


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John Ross
Wasatch Front, UT
John Ross   Wasatch Front, UT
The crux for me, where I fell my first go, was after clipping the 5th bolt, then using the crimpers to get to the bucket next to the small tree. Aug 29, 2008
I really enjoyed the technical aspects of this route. Somewhat tricky means a fun time deciding on a sequence. Aug 30, 2008
Jon Bitter
Waco, Tx
Jon Bitter   Waco, Tx
My crux was between the 4th and 5th bolts where all the holds were slanted, which made me decide on a strenuous sequence. I thought for sure my feet would slip out. I'll have to write five ten a thankyou note.

A little dirty and loose in the middle. Jun 30, 2010