Type: Sport, 70 ft
FA: unknown
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Shared By: Mike Cohen on Oct 13, 2011 with updates from Matt Flaig
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This is the steep juggy face just to the right of Corn Grinder, and converges with Corn Grinder for the last couple bolts. The crux is probably straight off the ground, but this is a sustained bucket haul. This line is great fun- it's long and feels very adventurous for a 5.9.


Just to the right of Corn Grinder.




JD Borgeson  
route is now completely fixed, including the first bolt. its definitely 5.9 if you use the two 'no hands rests' on the right separating the hard climbing. probably feels closer to 10a or b if those rests aren't used. Dec 9, 2014
Michael Parker
Bozeman, MT
Michael Parker   Bozeman, MT
You can start this route by standing on the boulder or you can do a direct start from the ground and pull yourself over the roof with no feet. Either way, the start is the most intimidating section, after that you get plenty of rests and the buckets get bigger as the route gets steeper.

Don't forget your stick clip for this bad boy! Mar 20, 2017