Type: Sport, 200 ft, 2 pitches
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Access Issue: Do not camp on the land below and west of the crag. It is private property and is now posted. Details


Another fun two pitch route with some slabs, a roof, a mantle and some jugs.

P1 - Moderate slab climbing past 5 bolts to a large ledge. 5.9, 5 bolts.

P2 - Climb up and left on small holds that get better the higher you go. Pull through the roof on nice jugs. The holds on the last three bolts get smaller again as the climbing becomes more slabby. Trending left makes it a little easier. Finish on the large treed ledge where the first pitch of Conditional Bliss ends. 5.10a, 12 bolts.


Located just to the left of Gordian Knot.


12 quickdraws plus anchors for chains. Rappel the route to descend.


Got on this route while trying to climb Visionaries and loved it. Rapped the route with one 60m. If you want, you could traverse on the ledge at the end of P2 and climb the last pitch of Visionaries. Nov 11, 2012
Garret Nuzzo-Jones
Salt Lake City, UT
Garret Nuzzo-Jones   Salt Lake City, UT
A moderate first pitch warms you up for the fantastic second pitch. Thin balancy moves to start followed by a fun, easy roof. It gets steep and towards the top. Follow the wall straight up and don't trend left to really challenge your grip and smearing. Don't get too far off route, especially while pulling the roof. I broke off a couple footholds while trying to pull it. Not very pleasant. Jan 11, 2013
Cottonwood Heights, UT
Trevor   Cottonwood Heights, UT
if you happen to have a rack with you, there's a worthwhile gear route in the corner/arete ~10 feet left of presence passing though a bulge with a handcrack though it. felt like 5.9. I am sure it has been done before. kinda shocked it hasn't been bolted into oblivion like the rest of the area... Jan 26, 2015
Charles Yang
Phoenix, AZ
Charles Yang   Phoenix, AZ
Climbed in 1 pitch. 1 rap with a 70m. Jun 4, 2018