Type: Sport, TR
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Shared By: Markk Knowles on Nov 5, 2010 with updates from Lev N
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Access Issue: Red Rock RAIN AND WET ROCK: The sandstone is fragile and is very easily damaged when wet. Details


Found to the right of Sweets to the Sweet. Climb through a pumpy roof to easier terrain above. Originally rated 10a ...you decide.


Top Rope or lead on bolts.


When Phil and I first put in the anchors for this line it was super friable and felt a lot harder that it does today. Honestly, this now feels like 5.8+. Sorry for the grade in the book and on the early posts to this section...

Jason Jan 21, 2011
Edward Pyune
Las Vegas, NV
Edward Pyune   Las Vegas, NV
Fun climb, not 5.10a. More like 5.8 Oct 31, 2012
E Johnson
Boulder, CO
E Johnson   Boulder, CO
This route is (sparsely) bolted now. The pull through the low roof yields a no hold ledge (if you go straight up). And then after getting onto the ledge, still not being able to reach the second bolt really turned me off. Right there, it'd be a ground fall if you blew it. There should be another bolt between #1 and #2. Upper climbing is 8 or 7 so the runout didn't feel bad. Wish I had done the other routes up the gully but the business on this one turned me off. I didn't want to face another similar situation. Nov 15, 2016
rex parker
las vegas n.v
rex parker   las vegas n.v
If this is the route I think it is . Climbed this yesterday and their is glue in bolts now . And spread apart towards the top . But the climbing gets easier . 5-8 + for the route . Almost 9ish not quite more fun than the rest of the ladder style climbing on the rest of the wall . Dec 5, 2016
Lev N
Seattle, WA
Lev N   Seattle, WA
I am pretty sure I am talking about the correct route, and it is a normal sport route now, not TR. Has its own set of chains at the top Mar 6, 2018