Type: Trad, 100 ft
FA: David Bloom and Alan "The Brit" Stevenson 2002
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Access Issue: RAIN, WET ROCK and RAPTOR CLOSURES: The sandstone around Moab is fragile and is very easily damaged when it is wet. Also please ask and be aware of Raptor Closures in areas such as CAT WALL and RESERVOIR WALL in Indian Creek Details


Climb hands past some ledges in a L-facing corner/stem box to a roof. Traverse left to R-facing corner of stembox and pull roof with a hand jam and miraculous jugs. Climb varied L-facing corner to chains with fingers, hands, and OW. A superb "Second-tier" classic at this wall!


South facing side of way rambo 20 m right of The Inhabitants


at least triples from tips to fists and a #5 for the top.


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Nelissa Milfeld
Boulder, CO
Nelissa Milfeld   Boulder, CO
The rumor is that this climb was named after the late Micah Dash. The neighboring climb, the hostess, was named after his longtime girlfriend, Amelia Patterson. Mar 23, 2011
Floater Bloom
Flagstaff AZ
Floater Bloom   Flagstaff AZ
Yes Micah is The Host, Amelia is The Hostess, and together they were The Inhabitants(Steep thin hands to the left. F.A.'s as follows, The Inhabitants- Brent Obinger. The Host-David Bloom and Alan "The Brit" Stevenson, and The Hostess- Alan and Justin Cassels. All done around 2002. May 10, 2012
erik rieger
Sheridan, WY
erik rieger   Sheridan, WY
It's worth doing both pitches as one. Second pitch is thuggy and sandy but fun. Dec 11, 2015