Type: Sport, 40 ft
FA: doni, Vaino Kodas. May 2010.
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Shared By: Jason Halladay on Jun 4, 2010
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Description

A nice addition to the Cattle Call Wall to the right of Cow Pies For Breakfast. Scramble up on a block to the first bolt. Move up to what I think is the coolest hold on the Cattle Call Wall--a nice right hand slot--to clip the second bolt. Cruise through the crux to good holds and then figure out how to move past the fourth bolt to the anchor.

Rated 5.10c/d by the FA but easier than it's neighbor, Cow Pies For Breakfast. We felt it was 5.10a or b-ish.

Location

The route just to the right of Cow Pies For Breakfast.

Protection

4 bolts to a two bolt anchor with chains.

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J tot
Tempe, AZ
  5.10b
J tot   Tempe, AZ
  5.10b
The moves are thin and not as juggy as Cow Pies. The route gets extremely easier once you've worked the beta. Jun 5, 2010
Daniel Trugman
Los Alamos, NM
  5.10b
Daniel Trugman   Los Alamos, NM
  5.10b
Tightly bolted and rather short, but fun. A good first 5.10 lead, perhaps? Jun 20, 2010
Devin Shunk
  5.10a
Devin Shunk  
  5.10a
I think this one is pretty height dependent. Most of the climbers I was with felt the crux was getting to and moving through the second bolt. I was able to reach through that junk and reach the bomber holds above. Hardest part for me was up near the anchors. Aug 13, 2010
J J
Edgewood, NM
J J   Edgewood, NM
There are some small sidepull-ish crimps to the right that are hard to spot. They will make the 'crux' above the second bolt much easier and you can skip the sloper below the jug. Aug 21, 2010
Luke Hetrick
Los Alamos
  5.10b/c
Luke Hetrick   Los Alamos
  5.10b/c
I found that I flew through the first 4 bolts and was stumped when it came time to get above the 4th bolt to get to the anchors. I felt this was definitely the hardest part.

Also, I disagree with Devin about the "crux" around the 2nd bolt being height dependent. I am only 5' 8" and was able to get through that section while staying fairly linear with the bolts. Apr 7, 2016