Type: Sport, 125 ft
FA: Jeff Baldwin
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Shared By: Perin Blanchard on Sep 30, 2010
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Access Issue: Located in the Lone Peak Wilderness Area Details
Access Issue: Located in a National Forest Fee Area Details


70m rope required

Start up the left of the two bolt lines and head up blocky, lower-angle terrain past an initial bulge and then into a steeper-than-it-appears headwall above. Clear the headwall and head up some slabby limestone with cool chert dikes, interesting pockets and edges, and then up over a roof in ligher-colored rock just before the anchors. Note that the bolt just over the last roof is difficult to see from below.

Rappelling (there are some rough edges) with a 70m rope will just make it to safe ground with rope stretch. Knot the rope ends.

70m rope required


Located at the east (downhill) side of the buttress that forms the right side of the upper part of the gully containing Visionary Wall. Approach by either walking up the left side of the Visionary Wall gully near the left wall and then cutting across the gully, or continue along the stream bed and scramble up the next gully to the north.

This is the left of the two bolt lines.


16 bolts, single-ring anchors.