Type: Trad, 100 ft
FA: Unema/Crawley
Page Views: 1,203 total · 17/month
Shared By: Joel Unema on Apr 8, 2013
Admins: Luke Bertelsen, JJ Schlick, Greg Opland

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Slaughterfall climbs the blunt face and prow right of flash flood. Start as Flash flood, moving right after about 25 feet to clip the first of a few bolts. Continue up the face onto a nice slab. from the top of the slab, gaze up at the improbable face above and summon your creativity, balance, and tenacity for the run to the chains. Beautiful moves on immaculate stone with awesome new-school waterfall features.


This route shares a start with Flash flood, so take the same gear as for the start of flash flood. After that start, the route is protected by a few bolts with great gear between. Bring a single set from 000 to .75 camalot, plus some nuts. The section above the slab protects well with a small nut, a red and a blue lowe ball. Finish on a two-bolt anchor.


Starts with FlashFlood and moves right. Independent anchor.


Toast with Butter
Tempe, AZ
Toast with Butter   Tempe, AZ
This new route is destined to be a classic on par with the other bests. Thanks for spotting and establishing this incredible line. This climb is very engaging with amazing movement on wonderful rock. A great combination of ingredients: equal parts balance, power, accuracy, and a bit of determination. Oct 21, 2013
Eric D
Eric D   Gnarnia
Only at the Waterfall would you get a half-dozen bolts followed by two loweball placements. Awesome! A great route. Jan 22, 2015
First time placing ball nuts, cool little trinkets! Though the top is heady, I felt the lower crux passing the finger sized piece going to the bolt was harder. Building a nest of ball nuts and then placing a 000 after the thin crux make for a memorable and exciting route, nice work! Dec 20, 2015
Robbie Brown
the road
Robbie Brown   the road
To call this 12- is crazy! You guys are crushing! Apr 11, 2016
Reed Johnson
  5.12c PG13
Reed Johnson  
  5.12c PG13
Wow! Super engaging arrangement on this bad boi. Didn't need ball nuts for this one. From the top of the slaby I placed a small nut and an AWESOME 000 then took it all the way to the top. Yipppppeeee. My favorite mixed route I've done at The Waterfall fo sho. Jan 30, 2018