Type: Sport, 60 ft
FA: Mike Cronin
Page Views: 218 total · 3/month
Shared By: BBQ on Jun 6, 2013
Admins: Andrew Gram, Peter Gram, Greg Parker, Mike Madsen, Mark Rafferty

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This route is probably the best one on the wall. Highly sustained and super classic in the power-endurance category of shorter canyon routes. Every move is huge, superhumanly powerful, and there little or no opportunity to rest anywhere once you start hucking from hold to hold. Enjoy a balls-steep, lock-off start which leads to big, athletic reaches to huge holds on super-pumpy terrain. The route is mostly thuggy, but oddly technical, most holds need to be grabbed just right, foot placements need to be perfect, and some of the hidden holds require X-ray vision to find. And while the route isn't rocket science the sequency moves force you to draw a well thought out mental road map before you send. Instantly loved by most who dare to get on it, this route is an absolute must do for those climbers who like their overhung boulder problems to be a bit suspenseful and scary right up until the very end.


Fifth route from the right-hand side of The Wall of Wow if you don't include Short, Blake and Hard in your calculations. Look for the route in the center of a wickedly-overhung arete. Climbers start by standing on the wooden pipe. Cheater blocks of wood are provided for the shorter customers. Belayers might want to sit on the pipe, close to the wall, while the climber flails between that "scary run out" between the third and fourth bolt.




Boulder, CO
michalm   Boulder, CO
Fun, tricky, pumpy, thuggy moves on mediocre rock. Pretty hard to read in the upper crux. The first bolt is uselessly low. The first three bolts are spaced very closely, while the fourth is 10+ feet past the third, resulting in unnecessary groundfall potential at the first crux. There appears to be a bent bolt stud missing a hanger between the third and fourth bolts, so maybe the nut was loosened, the bolt was whipped on when loose, and the hanger fell off or was removed. Regardless, I don't recommend getting on this route in its present state unless you are really solid or have very good health insurance. Jul 5, 2016
I have fallen all over this climb and the bolts and their spacing were never an issue for me. Get on it! Jul 5, 2016