Type: Trad
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This route is a variation of The Shark Fin. Clip the first two bolts on The Shark Fin then follow the crack off to the right. The line follows a sharp but killer splitter crack that winds back and fourth. The 5.10b crux is at the bottom and it is bolted. End on The Shark Fin's anchors.


Trad - Single rack to a #.5 Camalot with a set of small wires or cams for the top section of the route.


Samuel Clairmont
Salt Lake City
Samuel Clairmont   Salt Lake City
Fun route if you're looking to get off the sport routes!

I used a c4 .5, .4, .3, and a couple nuts Dec 14, 2016
  5.10c/d PG13
  5.10c/d PG13
The bolted crux is pretty tough for 10b - I'd say more like 10c/d. The trad portion of the climb is no harder than 5.9., though the unprotected traverse at the top is scary. Jun 28, 2018