Type: Boulder, 10 ft
FA: FFA Unknown- possibly me in 3/11?
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Shared By: Chad Lake on Mar 14, 2011
Admins: slim, Andrew Gram, Nathan Fisher, Perin Blanchard, grk10vq

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Access Issue: Raptor Nesting Climbing Avoidance Areas Details
Access Issue: RAIN, WET ROCK and RAPTOR CLOSURES: The sandstone around Moab is fragile and is very easily damaged when it is wet. Also please ask and be aware of Raptor Closures in areas such as CAT WALL and RESERVOIR WALL in Indian Creek Details


Slightly harder than most pit toilets in southern Utah due to the slick nature of the material and steeper angle of the roof. Grab the edge of the roof, campus up a bit until you can throw up a heel hook (pinching the roof helps), and rock over.


This ascends the pit toilet structure in the parking lot between Supercrack Buttress and Donnelly Canyon.


Possibly some smelling salts


proud. Mar 15, 2011
Damn it! I've been training all winter for the FA of this. Didn't you see my brown tag on the first hold? I hate you! Mar 17, 2011
Russ Keane
Asheville, NC
Russ Keane   Asheville, NC
bravo! this is great Oct 12, 2015
Mike Broad
Tucson, AZ
Mike Broad   Tucson, AZ
Aesthetic route with good movement. Delicate yet powerful. Oct 13, 2015
Nate Sydnor   Moab
I hate to be the buzzkill police around here, but this is exactly the type of behavior from climbers that BLM officials see as disrespectful and potentially destructive, creating an issue for us when the time comes to be addressed as a user group. I like a good antic, but we have to see things from the lens of the officials who are tasked with the governance of this land. Never underestimate the power of what we perceive as a small stunt to radically shape peoples' opinions of us.

Climbers, just like so many other folk, often times lack the perspective to treat public lands and the accompanying facilities properly, and if we are not careful, our beloved access can be denied. In the newly-bargained deal to create a National Monument that includes the Indian Creek area, I sat with folks who graciously allowed climbers to have a seat at the drafting table. We assured them that climbers, as a cohesive community, care deeply about this place and will help to maintain and protect it. If we're seen as a bunch of disrespectful jokesters, it's harder to make that case.

I would like to see an administrator take this page down, so that this type of thing isn't seen to be condoned or encouraged by the community at large. Please help us in keeping the HK Honorary Shitter, as well as our relations with our local land managers, in good condition for future generations! Jan 14, 2017
grog m
grog m   Saltlakecity
You are definitely being the buzzkill police. He climbed on top of a concrete structure... I have done it about 20 times in other places...its not unique to climbers. These things are pretty much bomb proof. But hey lets make a thread out of it and see what the community says... Mar 23, 2017
This problem looked sick but didn't want to wait in line. Maybe on a weekday Oct 29, 2018