Type: Trad, 130 ft
FA: Dave Wonderly, Don Wilson (1990)
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Shared By: Jon O'Brien on Sep 5, 2011
Admins: Larry DeAngelo, Justin Johnsen

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Access Issue: Red Rock RAIN AND WET ROCK: The sandstone is fragile and is very easily damaged when wet. Details


This is a great and overlooked route that completely avoids frogland and If you are a ten leader you have to lead it sometime...

Start in the center of the f.land buttress and follow the flake all the way to the top. The pro is much better than it would appear. The book calls for a single rack to one inch but we found a place for a .75, 1, and 2 camalot sizes as well.


Jon O'Brien
Jon O'Brien   Nevada
We had to rap w two ropes from a tree. Some frog land adventurer stole the anchor. Sep 5, 2011
Those bastards. Who dareth stealeth the retrobolts that allow such convenient skipping of the tree?!?!

Tree is solid for rapping. Bolts have appeared and disappeared on this route again and again. No reason to stress about it. It's the Circle of Life... Aug 5, 2012
Patrick Mulligan
Reno, NV
Patrick Mulligan   Reno, NV
The upper bolts are back. Oct 1, 2012
Tim Wolfe
Salt Lake City, UT
Tim Wolfe   Salt Lake City, UT  
This is a great variation start to Bourbon street or Frogland stopping at the same first pitch belay. The protection is good and the 3 bolts are in perfect places. My new preferred start to either route. Apr 21, 2014
Las Vegas, NV
J W   Las Vegas, NV
Really nice climb. A #2 wouldn't go unused, especially since the second bolt is looking a little worse for wear. Mar 18, 2017