Type: Sport, 50 ft
FA: Kellyn Gorder, 1997
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Shared By: Jamie gatchalian on Sep 21, 2008
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climb the arete about 20 ft right of whipstocking, with long/reachy moves. don't get suckered out right to the rest down low, the moves to get back to the climb are awkward.


the arete 20 ft right of whipstocking.


6 bolts to coldshuts


Desperate crux. Harder than it looks, clipping the last bolt is difficult when pumped. Oct 21, 2009
pete George
Houston, TX
pete George   Houston, TX
a personal favorite, would be a classic if it wasn't for all the dirt on the lower section of the climb Apr 9, 2012
Sean H
Salt Lake City, UT
Sean H   Salt Lake City, UT
Crux isn't desperate if you get the right sequence. I got suckered into the wrong one first go, so ended up red pointing it. Also not dirty as of '16, get on it! Apr 17, 2017
Punter Brewster
Chattanooga, TN
Punter Brewster   Chattanooga, TN
I had an interesting experience with this climb. Nearly onsighted, but barely missed latching jug at the crux throw. This climb was incredibly sandy and dirty as was mentioned by a previous climber years ago. It's not due to rock quality however, but rather that this arete is formed by one of the very few breaks in the main section of drive-by. Just look up. All of the water during a rain event runs down this route, leaving tons of dirt. After coming just shy on the crux, I was invested enough to brush the route. Climbed nicely afterwards, and is a very unique climb. May 14, 2018
Roland Bennett
Roland Bennett  
Fun route with a technical crux that requires a bit of power. It felt way easier after a few runs than on the onsight attempt. Sep 16, 2018