Type: Trad, 380 ft, 3 pitches
FA: Paul Ross Marea Goodman-Ross. Sept .19th 2011
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Shared By: USBRIT Ross on Sep 20, 2011
Admins: Andrew Gram, Nathan Fisher, Perin Blanchard, grk10vq

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Starts at the foot of the left edge of the entrance to Two Finger canyon. A easy pleasant climb to a nice view point. Overall the rock is good.There is some protection ,however only two placements on the whole climb was used by the FA party.

P1)Black rock marks the start .Climb up around the corner and head towards the foot of a shallow groove.Double Anchors.160'5.3R
P2)Climb the line of flakes on the left of the belay and follow slab to a ledge with large block belay. Rap anchors in place.80'5.5R.
P3)Climb up to the left of the obvious short right facing corner. Continue up slabs to the summit and great views. Double anchors.140' 5.4R.

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The road to Two Finger canyon is 1.5 miles south of the turn off to Three Fingers Canyon and 4.5 miles from the Hanksville road entrance. The road for the first 1/4 mile is not easy seen,go past the pond and the road can be seen rising up to the left across slick rock. From here the road is easy all the way to the canyon


Perhaps a few cams up to 11/2" and a couple of stoppers. Slings .Two 60m ropes for rappels.