Type: Sport, 50 ft
FA: Jon Bronaugh, 2004
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Shared By: ziggy on Nov 18, 2009 with improvements by Carl Schaefer
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A good route to try if Monkey Bars went well for you. Enjoy fun climbing on jugs up the every steepening wall. Save a little mojo for the crux mantle at the top!


Just left of Monkey Bars


4 bolts to a two-bolt anchor


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I think bolt 3 is clipped off of a huge sloper. If you are brave you can climb a little higher and clip off of a decent knob or a juggy pinch even higher, but the fall starts getting a little sketchy. Good holds and easy climbing after the sloper clip. Sep 30, 2012
Salt Lake City, UT
M.Ish   Salt Lake City, UT
I would be hesitant to climb this route if you aren't extremely comfortable on 10b. Make sure your belayer is entirely vigilant on the moves to the third clip because decking is a definite possibility. Oct 26, 2015
Dan Foster
Hillsboro, OR
Dan Foster   Hillsboro, OR
This was once a good climb (2005) before 10,000 gumbies laid a 1/4 layer of chalk, rubber, skin and sweat on the slopers. Onsited my first trip PMRP but have hangdogged every attempt since. Sep 7, 2016
Full rebolt completed on February 11th 2017 Feb 11, 2017
Sean H
Salt Lake City, UT
Sean H   Salt Lake City, UT
I fell on this as my "warmup" on a hot and humid October day (high 80s/low 90s.) Fell I think on a sloper, near where that weekend whipper clip occurred. If you watched that and got wigged out, I was totally fine/safe - but I didn't flip, and my belayer was competent. Redpointed 11c later that day at Purgatory, so going to agree with the greased up comment above :P Apr 17, 2017