Type: Sport, 80 ft
FA: S. Ayala
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Shared By: BrianWS on Nov 26, 2012
Admins: saxfiend, Jason Halladay, Shirtless Mike

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Climbs a plated face similar to its classic neighbor, Breakfast Burrito. It gets progressively more difficult as you go higher.

As a new route, beware of some hollow sounding rock down low. This will surely clean up with traffic, which is sure to come given the high quality climbing and fairly soft grade.


This is the line of bolts just right of Fire and Brimstone and to the left of Breakfast Burrito.


8 bolts to anchors.


Moderate 5.10+ climbing gets you to a good rest at 3/4 height. Crank the overhanging headwall to the anchors. If you have good crimp skills this will seem a little easy for the grade. Sep 21, 2014
Jason Halladay
Los Alamos, NM
Jason Halladay   Los Alamos, NM  
We felt this quite soft for 12a and I don't say that to be condescending...it's a really fun route and if you're a 5.11 climber, don't avoid this based on the 12a rating. It has lots of great 5.10+ climbing to a brief, crimpy crux right after a no-hands kneebar rest. I've been slapped around more by 5.11 routes elsewhere in the Red. Nov 10, 2015
James Cranston
Boulder, CO
James Cranston   Boulder, CO
stellar crux! Nov 27, 2016
C Hopwood
Salt Lake City, UT
C Hopwood   Salt Lake City, UT
11+ or 12-? I saw some people downclimbing from the crux and taking a no hands rest by standing on the holds of Fire and Brimstone... I mean, we all climb for ourself and all but... That's definitely off route and annoying to people on that heavily travelled classic. Especially as there are great rests to be had on the route itself. I probably wouldn't call it a 12 with that beta. May 29, 2018
jessie briggs
jessie briggs  
Satisfying route! Gets harder the higher you go with a heartbreaker move to clip the chains. That’s how all good routes should be, hard right at the end! Feb 3, 2019