Type: Sport
FA: Darren Knezek and Bill Boyle
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Shared By: Aaron Child on Dec 1, 2008
Admins: Andrew Gram, Nathan Fisher, Perin Blanchard, grk10vq

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After a bouldery start, follow the jugs to where the old route (Everest 101) stops. Rest just above here, and blaze through the amazingly cool crux sequence to the top, thoroughly pumped.


Two routes to the left of Simple Simon


10 bolts + 2 bolt anchor


this is pretty dang fun. The crux can be done with cranking through some crimps or with a cool, funky thumb-catch in a pocket. Dec 19, 2009
Farmington, utah
KipHenrie   Farmington, utah
More of the same if you do More Obsessive Tendencies first - since they share the upper crux. There is a nice big move on jugs on the lower part from bolt 2-3. Otherwise its smooth going till the crux above the old bolt placements. The upper crux is just a good ol time. Feb 1, 2010
Very clean route, no choss, no dust. Loved moving into and through the crimps. Moving from the second to third bolt was the lower mental crux for me (being a bit shorter), but with the right beta it was fantastic. Upper crux is moving off the horn into the thumb catch/mono pocket and onto some fun crimps before a big move to a ledge. Loved the climb! Jun 9, 2015
Logan Bradford
American Fork, UT
Logan Bradford   American Fork, UT
Awesome, awesome route. My first .12a, so I could just be stoked on that. I really enjoyed the movement on this though: it has such great sequences that really make you commit, and there's not a bad foothold on the route. To have such high-quality rock on this side of the canyon is a bit of a treat. Between Simple Simon and this, I'm beginning to think Super Bowl is the anomaly of lower RC. Mar 23, 2018