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Type: Sport, 45 ft
FA: Troy Anderson
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Shared By: ZachBradford on May 22, 2009
Admins: Andrew Gram, Perin Blanchard, grk10vq

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The route starts in the center of the face and trends left. Great route that seems to get a grade harder as you clip each bolt. Getting from the last bolt to the anchors may leave you perplexed. A ring has been placed on the last bolt if you are forced to bail. The taller you are the easier the crux will be.


Found on the face left of gutterball.


6 bolts
Chain anchors


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T Brad
T Brad  
That makes me feel better.
I say might as well make the repair if you can do it safely. Aug 25, 2016
The probable reason that Trent failed is because I broke off a key hold while TRing the crux in 2008. I still have it in the garage and thought about expoxying it back in its place. Thoughts on this idea? Jul 27, 2013
T Brad
T Brad  
About the guidebook--see comment at "Cedar City."… Nov 10, 2009
T Brad
T Brad  
This is a wicked climb! I never did make it from the last bolt to the anchors without cheating. (Hence, no tick.) Thanks for posting it! I really need to get back down to that area.

TP - Are you talking about the song, or is that the name of that old guidebook? I don't have a copy of the guidebook, but I know someone who does. (Or did two years ago.) I'll try to get back in touch with him. Nov 10, 2009