Type: Trad, 90 ft
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White Flake is a good way to get things going if visiting the Provo Wall. Containing a variety of climbing styles, this route warms up the body and mind while stimulating the senses.

Start climbing in the smooth left-facing dihedral. Using various techniques work your way to the crux which sits about half way up at a bulge. Pass this stricture and gain the routes token feature, a large, hollow, detached flake. Climb this to its end and finish out the remaining fifteen feet in a hand size crack.

A fun route with good gear and a comfortable amount of insecurity.


White Flake is the most significant left-facing dihedral at the Southeast most end of the Breadloaves Provo Wall. Its easily recognized by its large and long detached white flake about 3/4s of the way up.


A single rack and slings. Build an anchor at the top in a horizontal overlap or use this to redirect the rope to Five Niner's chains. If building an anchor a #1, #2, and .5 or .75 BD will work nicely. Rap from chains.


Olympia, WA
Drederek   Olympia, WA
Chased a woodrat up this route last week! Sep 20, 2010
Johnson City, TN
Chrisleath   Johnson City, TN
haha a comfortable amount of insecurity indeed! I almost pooped my pants after I topped this one out. Apr 16, 2012
Courtney Pace   Sandy
I sat and looked at the crux for a long time. It is really fun and committing movement once you do it. The flake up top is really fun! Apr 24, 2012
Sean Sullivan
Boise, ID
Sean Sullivan   Boise, ID
Started leading up this one and ended up finishing on the bolt line to the left. I topped the flake afterwards. The moves are all there, but the gear on the top portion didn't look as if it would hold much. May 21, 2018