Type: Sport, 65 ft
FA: Matt Kerns, Mike Massey
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Shared By: Mark Gibson on Mar 24, 2009
Admins: Scott Coldiron, Jon Nelson, Micah Klesick

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Climb up to the first bulge. After a couple puzzling moves, get above the bulge and continue up good holds to where the wall gets steeper. This is where the fun begins. Steep climbing on absolutely huge, and sometimes sharp (careful) holds moves you up and left to the anchors. A good one to get the blood flowing.


This route is on one of the first walls you come to on the trail up to World Wall, down and right from the Rainy Day Corner. Look for the line that leads straight into the big bulge about 20 feet off the ground.




Summer Robin
Summer Robin  
I love this route!

My favorite part is the little balancey bulge crux before the rest ledge. Then get your pump hat on because you're burning at the last hand jam and clips!

This route is 100% pure fun. The holds are all totally dry as of 6/14, except for the left foot jug at the clips, so have fun! Jun 15, 2011
C Hopwood
Salt Lake City, UT
C Hopwood   Salt Lake City, UT
The guidebook says 8 bolts. There are actually 10 bolts to perma-chain draws. Sep 24, 2012
seth o'harra  
chunk fell off at the high foot below the 3rd(maybe 4th) bolt. might make it easier at that spot. Noticed the little flake above that is getting lose too. Be extra aware of rock fall!! Aug 28, 2014
John K. Parejko
Seattle, WA
John K. Parejko   Seattle, WA
I'm not sure the bolts to start this route still exist: there are broken bolts just left of Opening Act (5.9), but you can do the top by starting on Opening Act. Jul 4, 2018
Jared Stever
Issaquah, WA
Jared Stever   Issaquah, WA
Great route, did battle with it today. Got super pumped at the crux (there's one permadraw right before it, so it was very tempting to bail out) but powered through after 6 or 7 falls. Not sure if it's changed since John wrote his comment, but all the bolts were there and the rock was solid. (the feet are SLIPPERY though... classic world wall) Aug 28, 2018