Type: Sport, 35 ft
FA: Johnny Arms - 1998
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Shared By: chris mcclendon on Nov 27, 2008
Admins: saxfiend, Brad "Stonyman" Killough

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Crux is pulling roof.....long move on decent holds


Farthest bolted route to the right, in the hole.


5 or 6 bolts two open hangers


Stephen Felker
Boulder, CO
Stephen Felker   Boulder, CO
...not PG13 Nov 30, 2009
Red River Gorge
JohnWesely   Red River Gorge
You are right. It is more like R. For sure... Oct 6, 2010
Swamp Cookie
da Bayou
Swamp Cookie   da Bayou
This route is well protected. Hate to disagree with both of you. Mar 6, 2011
Geissler Golding
Geissler Golding  
Yes, excellently bolted. This route is a classic. The first time I ever got on it I melted off the anchors and, well, the phrase "come on down!" resonated with me... Aug 15, 2011
karl vochatzer
Cedar City, UT
karl vochatzer   Cedar City, UT
I had no issues with the way the route is developed. The only possible bad (non-air) fall I saw was missing #3 and swinging back into the vertical section below #2. It would be possible to swing your legs back into the rock falling onto #3 or #4, but really only if the belayer is keeping the rope taught while you ascend past the protection causing a wrecking ball effect. Unlike most climbers when going through a crux after the last piece, ask the belayer to keep a small bit of slack out so that it softens the fall and directs it downward instead of on a pendulum with the last draw. BTW, the route has only 4 bolts and 2 open shuts for anchors, not 5-6 bolts as stated. Nov 27, 2011
This route currently has 5 bolts I think. It felt very safe, actually the last bolt requires some care that you don't Z clip. The open shuts at the top are a little rusty but seem solid. Nov 23, 2015
Patrick Wilder
Birmingham, AL
Patrick Wilder   Birmingham, AL
"scary" Apr 19, 2016
Kenny Gamblin
Kenny Gamblin   Atlanta
I felt safe on the pro as well. I agree. A Sand Rock Classic indeed! Sep 24, 2018