Type: Sport, 140 ft, 2 pitches
FA: Scott Ayers, Mark Colby, Jay Ladin (1994)
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Shared By: Hendrixson on Sep 18, 2010
Admins: Luke Bertelsen, JJ Schlick, Greg Opland

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Two pitches of fantastic sport climbing. Recommended.

Pitch 1 (90 ft, 5.11a, BC): Featured tan rock leads to a beautiful corner; pull onto a ledge and finish on devious, slightly overhanging, blocky rock.

Pitch 2 (50 ft, 5.10d, BC): Round the exposed corner and ascend face.


Second route from the right. Look for the obvious corner.


Bolts and chains. If both pitches are climbed two rappels are required to descend.

The first pitch consists of 13 bolts and two sets of anchors. The first set of anchors are open shuts and are optimal for the single pitch variation. The second set are above the ledge are best for belaying on the second pitch.

If the pitches are linked shoulder length slings are recommended where the second pitch traverses under the roof.


Phoenix, AZ
K-Tanz   Phoenix, AZ
The best route I have done in the area! Fun balance moves lead to jug hauling and the money moves at the end. It is at the very far right end of the wall just to the left of the obvious broken blocky corner (Flying Monkeys). Highly recommended Jul 27, 2012
Austin Sobotka
Tucson, AZ
Austin Sobotka   Tucson, AZ
The line is at times non-obvious and wanders around to either side of the bolt line. That being said, the climbing itself is really good and the position, especially on the second pitch, is great.
Rapping after the second pitch was a bit difficult: the line of descent is quite a ways out from the lower anchors and leaves you hanging in space. I had to swing my partner over to them from above. If you want to do the second pitch it's probably best to lower the leader back to the belay. Otherwise tag an extra line and double rope rap from the top of the second to the base. Aug 4, 2015
wade Fitz
sandy, utah
wade Fitz   sandy, utah
Heads UP!, the cold shunt nuts are extremely loose! I hand tightened them as best I could before lowering 12/30/2017. The nuts were hanging on by one or two threads when I got to them. I'm in Boise or I would take a wrench up there to tighten them down. Jan 8, 2018