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Type: Sport, 30 ft
FA: Troy Anderson
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Shared By: Jared R on Oct 7, 2009
Admins: Andrew Gram, Nathan Fisher, Perin Blanchard, grk10vq

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The Crux is between the first and second bolt. It is the most vertical part of the climb and involves smearing and manteling up to the slab.


25 yards right (north) of King Pin.


3-4 bolts (2 angle aluminum hangers and a bent angle iron hanger)up to a 2 bolt chain, one hanger and weird wire sling thing anchor. They are bomber though.
The drilled holes in the angle pieces are kind of small so bring skinny draws.


Nathan Fisher
St George
Nathan Fisher   St George  
Anchor consists of weird wire bolt contraption down low, 2 older bolts chained together in a manner provoking death triangle thoughts, and a bomber beefy bolt above them all...Now with a chain added. But I forgot my knife to cut the tat. Jun 18, 2018
Nathan Fisher
St George
Nathan Fisher   St George  
Bring slings to lengthen the anchors to prevent rubbing. Good route for kids and old men getting back on the rock. Jun 18, 2018

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