Type: Sport
FA: Rex Hong, Mike Fischer
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Shared By: benjaminleaton Eaton on May 20, 2012
Admins: grk10vq, Mike Engle

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Climb up to the roof passing two spaced out bolts on some easy climbing (no harder than 5.10+). Clip the third bolt on the headwall and duck back into the cave for a no-hands rest. Pull the roof and navigate up the headwall with super small crimps and one jug. Finish off on the chain anchors shared with Loch Ness Monster.


This route is located on the west side of Bath Rock and just right of Loch Ness Monster.


Bolts and Chain Anchors.


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Several bolts were over torqued, I broke a driver on one and sheared a couple more. Cranking down rawls super tight does not prevent old smc's from spinning, please don't do this. Silicone is never the answer either, it just makes it more of a pain when replacing hardware. Oct 23, 2017
bheller   SL UT
Forgettable and poorly engineered bolt protected climbing on the bottom half leads to a good V6 crux over great rock. If the Crux were an actual boulder problem it would be climbed often. A few different crux sequences are possible. Sep 4, 2018