Type: Sport, 70 ft
FA: Tom Bailey
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Shared By: Perin Blanchard on Jul 22, 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


A wonderful stemming problem in an overhanging corner.

Start up through the dusty beginning using small feet and lieback handholds where the thin corner crack opens up enough to accept fingertips. Delicate stemming with a big move or two is required to the fourth bolt (getting to the fourth bolt is a relief—it feels like a long way from the third).

At this point the angle eases a bit and the holds get bigger. Continue up and stand atop a ledge on the left, then finish with the last eight or ten feet of face climbing to the anchors.


The right-facing corner at the bottom left of the gully.


7 bolts (+1 optional, manky pin), ring anchors.


Orem, UT
jtwalter   Orem, UT
If more people knew about this route you'd have to wait in line to get on it. Stellar. Jul 22, 2009
Craziness! It looks like an easy finger-locking steep corner. The stemming put me in strange positions and the feet were either dirty or slippery. The bolts were close together on the easy parts and far apart in through the crux (weird). Altogether, it is fun as it is so unusual. Aug 29, 2009
Tristan Higbee
Ogden, UT
Tristan Higbee   Ogden, UT
This thing is rad!!! I don't think I've ever done so many dropknees and other funky body positioning on any route. Seemed stiff for .10c but man, what a route! Aug 30, 2009
Jeff Jones
Elk Ridge, UT
Jeff Jones   Elk Ridge, UT
There are just some routes that words can't describe. I am not an AF guru but this has to be one of the most unique climbs in the canyon. It is also one that I think I will climb each time I go there. Clipping the 4th bolt is very committing. Emotionally I just know I am going to hit the ground if I blow it even though logically I know it won't happen. Walt is right...there would be a line if more people cared to go there instead of Membrane. Sep 4, 2009
I was on this route today and went for a undercling just above the first bolt and it broke....it's bigger now sorry :-/ Oct 22, 2011
Tony G
Tony G  
This climb is so fun. Totally worth the hike, a must do. Sep 22, 2013
Definitely one of my favorite 10s. Definitely a mental game, as the bolt spacing is pretty far through a powerful section. Nevertheless, very fun and a must-do. Aug 19, 2014