Type: Sport, Alpine, 65 ft
FA: Roy & Phyllis Suggett
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Shared By: Roy Suggett on Sep 19, 2011
Admins: Andrew Gram, Nathan Fisher, Perin Blanchard, grk10vq

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This is a climb where every move seems to be either a 9+ or a 10a. The more unusual moves, thus the crux, are between the 7th and the 8th bolts. As you start, try to stay right of the less than solid rock. Rock quality improves as you go higher. As you climb follow the line that arches left. At the sixth bolt another route (The Missing Link) takes off right and around the corner. This is much harder climbing! The two routes share the same start but have separate anchors.


Just right of "Welcome To The Jungle" on the "Welcome Wall."


Eight quickdraws and a couple of runners gets you to chains.


Stan Pitcher
Stan Pitcher   SLC, UT
Another great route! For me, the first few bolts were the crux. Maybe it was because I chose this route for the warmup but I thought this section was as hard as anything on Welcome to the Jungle? Good advice to move/stay right on the better rock after the first few moves. There are some sweet jams on the upper wall that are a blast! May 22, 2012
Boissal .
Small Lake, UT
Boissal .   Small Lake, UT
The upper crack is quite the treat. Getting there isn't too shabby either - as long as you stick to the bolt line instead of wandering left on easier (and way chossier) ground. Jul 2, 2012
the professor
the professor  
Nice athletic route. Most holds are big and fairly positive. Seems like the climb alternates between cranks and good rests. Jun 28, 2013
travis timm
Tropic, Utah
travis timm   Tropic, Utah
Fun rout. Crux is definitly at the start. Jul 10, 2013