Type: Sport, 35 ft
FA: Jeff Baldwin
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Shared By: Perin Blanchard on Jul 18, 2009
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Access Issue: Located in the Lone Peak Wilderness Area Details
Access Issue: Located in a National Forest Fee Area Details


Start up a balancy, flaring chimney through three bolts, followed by a somewhat tricky move to exit the chimney onto the face.

Continue through a few delicate moves to the fourth bolt, then more secure climbing to the anchors.

A fun, relatively unique limestone sport route.


Located about forty or fifty feet up the gully on the left side (while facing uphill), the chimney is obvious because a yellowish triangle of rock between the gray, limestone sides.


4 bolts, ring anchors.


Jeff Jones
Elk Ridge, UT
Jeff Jones   Elk Ridge, UT
The first time I came up here we didn't know what anything was...so, of course, we got on a couple of "projects". Loose, crappy, and miserable. I was talked into coming back up and giving it another try. Well, this was the first route that I did and I was pleasantly surprised. I think this is a great warm up for the type of rock it is. I wished this route was a little longer though. Jul 22, 2009
Really enjoyed this line! Perfect warm up. Aug 29, 2009
I am not a great climber but have come to be able to do most any 10a but this climb stumped me. If you arent comfortable past the grade I would say be catious. The move onto the face is very committing and the gap between the two bolts is over 10 feet, makes for a questionable fall into the open crack. Got the best of me with the head games! Jun 20, 2012