Type: Sport, 30 ft
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Shared By: bheller on Jun 26, 2009
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Access Issue: Echo Canyon Seasonal Closure: Jan. 1 - second Saturday in April Details

Description

Another good, short, bouldery route. The crux is encountered between the 2nd and 3rd bolts. The starting pocket moves pulling out of the cave also require a motivated tugger.

Location

This route starts on the shelf and climbs pockets out the steepest, deepest part of the low cave.

Protection

Bolts. Best to stick clip the first bolt. Lower of chains at about 30 feet.

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Scott W
Flagstaff, AZ
 
Scott W   Flagstaff, AZ
 
Brutal start, hardest move on the wall...hope you're a lefty and like doing one arm lock offs. Jun 22, 2011
bheller
SL UT
  5.12c
bheller   SL UT
  5.12c
Did you mean hardest move on the route? Definitely not the hardest move on the wall. With proper heel-toe action the start is V5- definitley no southpaw one arm strength required. The redpoint crux is higher. Oct 12, 2013
Spencer Weiler
Salt Lake city
 
Spencer Weiler   Salt Lake city
 
The moves off the ground aren't too bad if you skip all the smallish stuff and just lunge to the good pocket. But the double undercling requires some core suckage. Once you reach the breadloaf, its pretty much over. Apr 29, 2015
Ken Noyce
Layton, UT
  5.12c
Ken Noyce   Layton, UT
  5.12c
Just as an FYI, all biners on this route have been upgraded to steel (Petzl Steel Djinns and Trango Steel Wiregates). May 22, 2015
Leron
  5.12c
Leron  
  5.12c
If you can get your feet high, you can static the undercling crux if not just hit the nice pockets quick. A stick clip may be a good idea on this route for the first bolt as the open moves can have you landing awkward if you mess it up. Feb 22, 2016