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Shared By: Ty Madsen on Jun 4, 2010 with updates from Scott Gifford
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Climb just left of broken arch. Best to do with 60 meter rope.


10 bolts to chains.


Alma Madsen
Foster City, CA
Alma Madsen   Foster City, CA
Positive holds ranging from smaller finger ledges to hand-size ledges and jugs. Fun warm-up route, and well protected. Be careful pulling your rope down so that it doesn't end up on the other side of the broken arch and get wedged into a crack. Jun 28, 2010
Danger-Russ   Spokane
don't be fooled by the chains about 15 feet to the left of the bolt line near the top, follow the bolt line up all the way tell you can see the right chains. one of the best routs at paramont, i think its the best route for the grade in the area. Apr 26, 2011
Jaren Watson
Jaren Watson   Idaho
A 5.8 leader would do well to take caution here. A fall in several places on this line would not be trivial. Less than vertical, with several ledges--you get the picture. Jun 4, 2012
Rwwon ru  
This was my first outdoor climb ever... Since then I have been spoiled by newer routes, more closely bolted. When I come back to this one I just think at how spread out the bolts are! Still a fun, easy lead. Just don't fall :) Jul 27, 2012
The Second or third bold up is loose from its anchor. Apr 28, 2014
Walt Packer
Logan, UT
Walt Packer   Logan, UT
If you can crimp, balance, and have good edging skills, this will seem like cake. Fun sustained route that is hard to find in the area. Must do if you are at this rock. Aug 29, 2018
Climbers beware! A group from Rexberg just re-bolted this route, in the process moving some of the original bolts and adding some additional bolts, transforming a fun 5.8 into a boring 5.7. The same group added an additional bolt below Thin Red Line. Sep 7, 2018