Type: Sport, 55 ft
FA: Bruce Adams 2001
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Shared By: Geoff Elson on Jan 1, 2010
Admins: saxfiend, Jason Halladay, Shirtless Mike

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This route is great, the movement is criptic and it will force technique out of the most ridged climber. Very technical obtuse dihedral and arete climbing, delivering several cruxes right off the bat.


Far right side of military wall, immediately right of Super Slab


5 bolts to anchors


Jeff Mekolites
Jeff Mekolites   ATL GA
Great route that is very atypical for the Red. Apr 14, 2010
Dustin Stephens
Dustin Stephens  
FA Terry Kindred. Very soft for the grade, more like 11b. Dec 1, 2014
Brett Winterbottom
Park City, UT
Brett Winterbottom   Park City, UT
FALSE haha this is solid at 11.d, I wouldn't say above it but a very difficult route until you get the beta worked out and then it flows smooth as butter. Such a spectacular technical and balancy route, very unique movement on a holds of all variances. Kudos to anyone that can onsight this puppy May 21, 2015
Thomas Thompson
Zionsville, IN
Thomas Thompson   Zionsville, IN
I got to agree with Brett here. Its definitely 11d until you climb it a few times and get the beta down. Once you have that and find the decent rests you will fly on it. Its an amazing route and definitely different than typical RRG climbing. May 26, 2015
AFAIK, FA started on the arete and travered in along the rail, equally acceptable to start in GI and traverse. Direct start probably makes it 12a and an even better route. Jul 29, 2016