Type: Sport, 90 ft
FA: Trent Baker
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Shared By: Brian Hestetune on Sep 12, 2012
Admins: Andrew Gram, Nathan Fisher, Perin Blanchard, grk10vq

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Description

One of the longer(est?) routes of the crag. Overhanging for a long while and then tops out on not as easy as desired slab. Crux may be pulling onto the less than vertical section, though not one move in particular felt like a hard 12.

Number 1 reason to do this route: There's a cave about 2/3 up the route. Hang out there for as long as you can before your belayer rips you out of it.

The rock up high is phenomenal!

Location

This route is one route to the left of clear for takeoff and to the right of Vice Grip.

Protection

15 bolts to chain anchors(fixed biners at present).

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lech
  5.12d
lech  
  5.12d
If you do this later in the summer there are hundreds of moths in the alcove and you may not want to climb into it. The will invade your bubble. Aug 5, 2016
David LeBaron
Grantsville,UT
  5.12d
David LeBaron   Grantsville,UT
  5.12d
I feel like the route is solid 12b on the bottom and solid 12b on the top. Which I also feel like considering its length and amount of moves could equal 12d if you did not actually fall asleep in the cave. One of my all time favorites in the Logan area. Sep 7, 2017