Type: Sport, 90 ft
FA: Jeff Baldwin
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Shared By: Perin Blanchard on Jul 18, 2009
Admins: Andrew Gram, Nathan Fisher, Perin Blanchard, grk10vq

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Access Issue: Located in the Lone Peak Wilderness Area Details
Access Issue: Located in a National Forest Fee Area Details


A well-protected, long route with wonderfully diverse movement.

Start up with tricky-but-not-difficult moves past the first bolt, and make a somewhat strenuous clip on the second bolt. Getting past the second bolt is the crux of the route, requiring careful body positioning, clever use of the holds that exist, and primarily, faith that it really can be done.

After the second bolt continue up through all sorts of movement, including delicate face moves, semi-burly liebacking, balancy sidepulling, etc.

After the sixth bolt start trending right, following the finger/hand crack. Surmount a series of narrow ledges on your way to the anchors at the top.


On the left of the gully (facing uphill), this route is the first bolted line to the right of the chimney containing the yellowish, triangular rock.


10 bolts, double-ring anchors. It's easiest to clean while following on toprope, but cleaning is doable while being lowered.