Type: Sport, 70 ft
FA: Dave Bingham, Dean Hernandez 2004
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Shared By: Perin Blanchard on Sep 26, 2010
Admins: grk10vq, Mike Engle

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A tough, strenuous start followed by a bit of tricky side-pulling wizardry, and finally casual cruising on lovely edges to the chains.

Start up the ever-steeping base straddling the wide-but-narrowing seam and clip the first bolt from a fun position with a jug. Find a way to get up and into position for the second bolt, and then figure out the crux.

Still a bit of strenuous climbing to go: get above the crux section and then break right onto the beautiful, large reddish-brown plate. A bit of spider crawling up and then head a bit left and cruise to the chains.


On the east side of Building Blocks, starts up a wide seam found behind a sickly juniper (the only juniper around the base) and the follows a shallow, rounded, left-facing flake edge. Above the seam is a reddish-brown plate with rectangular sections.


9 bolts, chain anchors.


09' guide calls it 11a but cant recall the name. FA 04 by bingham. Few very improbable moves to easier climbing. Very thought provoking. Jun 6, 2011
Boissal .
Small Lake, UT
Boissal .   Small Lake, UT
The dihedral moves are super technical and involve fierce shenanigans to avoid barn-dooring into oblivion. The upper patina section is bliss.
Hard start for 11a. Sep 27, 2011