Type: Trad, 85 ft
FA: Jay Goodwin, long ago
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Shared By: Brandt Allen on Jul 4, 2012
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Super easy climbing following a vertical crack through many horizontal cracks and seams leads to a couple of 5.8 face moves at the top.


At the far right end on the west side of the Breadloaves, between Passion for a Thrashin' and Stiff Vegetables.


A few small to medium sized pieces in the vertical crack will adequately protect the easy climbing to the upper face. The guidebook mentions "less than ideal protection," but there are now two bolts on the upper face making it very safe.


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Landon McBrayer
Salt Lake City, UT
Landon McBrayer   Salt Lake City, UT
Anchors? I don't know. But enjoy taking my booty biners from the two bolts. Sep 20, 2015
Thanks for the bolt update! Jun 18, 2017
Above the now-bolted short, steep face, the route ascends the slightly overhanging corner on climber's right - 10 to 12 feet of committing climbing with good pro. If you follow the line in the guidebooks that goes left and avoids this corner, you've skipped the best part of the climb. A couple of long slings allows you to use the bolt anchor at the top of Box Lunch. A better sited anchor can be built using cams. Jun 10, 2018