Type: Sport, 100 ft
FA: Eric Anderson - 2005
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Shared By: LeeAB Brinckerhoff on Jan 6, 2009 with updates from Doug Foster
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Anchor your belayer and step out over the void, follow bolts up and right to a huge hueco. Sit down and ponder the meaning of life. Exit the hueco and make difficult moves up and right to a second hueco (Abiyoyo 5.12b heads up and left from the first hueco). Sit down and ponder why we climb. Exit the hueco and follow jugs to the anchor.


Starts at the far right end of the wall as the ledge that all the routes star from peters out to nothing, find an achor bolt to start.


Bolts and a bolted anchor.


Las Vegas, NV
J W   Las Vegas, NV
For what its worth, i didn't think getting to the second hueco was the crux. Not that it was easy, mind you. Oct 15, 2010
Colin Brochard
Colin Brochard   Austin
One of the best pitches I've ever done for sure. A super long exposed adventure on killer clean rock. The upper headwall above the second hueco was relaxed 5.10 and very fun. Just try not to get too caught up enjoying the view! Jul 11, 2012
Alex Lahr  
The bouldery moves up an into the 1st hueco felt a little harder than the bit leading into the second. Just my opinion. Mar 21, 2013
David Raines  
Awesome! super awesome!

Fun, exposed, solid 5.11 with good opportunities to rest.

Bring a stick clip - the route begins by traversing off the edge of a small cliff. There are a pair of bolts for the belayer to anchor into, but you'd still want to stick clip the 1st bolt to avoid a factor-2 fall. Jul 3, 2013
Dom R
Bend, OR
Dom R   Bend, OR
I can hear my heartbeat in here Mar 22, 2015
Nick Grounds
Nick Grounds  
Easily my favorite route in the Red. Try not to have too much fun on the most satisfying jug haul to the top. Dec 4, 2016
Sean H
Salt Lake City, UT
Sean H   Salt Lake City, UT
Fantastic climb. Apr 18, 2017