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Teardrops on the City

5.11b, Sport, 70 ft (21 m),  Avg: 3.3 from 33 votes
FA: Mike Anderson, April 2002
Utah > Wasatch Range > Northern Wasatch > Ogden > Schoolroom > Asbury Park > Gangsta' Ledge







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Quartzite, O-Town, air... Ryan Waterfall pulling on Teardrops
[Hide Photo] Quartzite, O-Town, air... Ryan Waterfall pulling on Teardrops
definitely a sunset climb (September 16 2023)
[Hide Photo] definitely a sunset climb (September 16 2023)
Tears were not dropping
[Hide Photo] Tears were not dropping
Dave Eisensmith on Teardrops....
[Hide Photo] Dave Eisensmith on Teardrops....
toeing the arete
[Hide Photo] toeing the arete
hanging over ogden
[Hide Photo] hanging over ogden
nico gets started on teardrops
[Hide Photo] nico gets started on teardrops

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[Hide Comment] This is a five bolt sport route climbing the arete. Oct 11, 2008
Sammamish, WA
[Hide Comment] This is one of the most memorable routes I've ever done. The first few moves lead off the deck out into space with A LOT of air under your feet. From then on is a beautiful arete with thought-provoking moves and even a few surprises. An instant classic. Don't forget to have your belayer anchor in, or they could be going for a ride! Oct 31, 2008
JoshuaP Parkinson
San Francisco, CA
[Hide Comment] most epic, airy route I've done at the Schoolroom... climb this route! Jun 20, 2010
Mike Anderson
Colorado Springs, CO
[Hide Comment] FA: Mike Anderson, April 2002 Mar 10, 2011
Cameron Lucker
[Hide Comment] Between bolt 5 and 6 there's a large, backpack sized rock that could possibly be dislodged with enough force. The outcome would likely be very nasty for the climber if it did come loose while climbing. Be very careful if/when cranking on it. It's without a doubt the best hold to use through that section. Mar 20, 2016
Taylor Gemperline
Charlottesville, VA
[Hide Comment] Nesting Eagles:
As I clipped the chains two or three eagles began screeching and dive bombing me. They were nesting about 15 ft up and south of the chains. They aren't directly in your path, in fact they are pretty far off the path, but it sure seems they don't love you up there. Jun 3, 2017
[Hide Comment] So my buddy and I were up there yesterday and the nesting falcons were still up there by the chains. They were really aggressive, dive bombing my buddy and then backing off when they were just a few feet away. Still one of the best routes in Ogden, but beware the falcons! Jun 10, 2017
[Hide Comment] If raptors are not climb! This will create access issues for both the birds and the climbers. Jun 10, 2017