Type: Sport, 50 ft
FA: Craig Caviezel
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Shared By: TLEE on Aug 7, 2013
Admins: Andrew Gram, Nathan Fisher, Perin Blanchard, grk10vq

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Great route from inside the cave up, Solid deep pockets leads to a couple pinches with the Crux at the very top. Save the pump as you'll need it to pull the Crux. Very solid route with lots of options for holds, finding the right holds will make this route easier and quicker. Commit to better holds before clipping will ensure you save your pump.


Pocket Debris is the third climb from the left. Starts in the overhang. Start is a two hold start while standing on good size rock.


Sport route, 5 draws to chains with beaners up top.


Good Description. Crux is for sure the top two or three moves pulling the small roof... Find the beta that works for you... the crux probably goes at v2 at the most... possibly the easiest 12a tick in the canyon... if you are a solid 5.10 leader, you should be able to work this one into submission. Great fun... the standard warm up for the area... Aug 22, 2013
Darren Knezek
Darren Knezek  
Craig's last name is Caviezel. Aug 27, 2013
Spencer Weiler
Salt Lake city
Spencer Weiler   Salt Lake city
I decided to start sleeping on this climb as it was softer than my down comforter. No harder than License to Thrill though the top mantel roof pull might spit you off should your flexibility be that of a lead pipe. Jun 19, 2014
Leify Guy
Leify Guy  
soft? this route took me more tries than liquid oxygen and teeanova... I'd call this route solid 12a, overhung greasy jug haul with false holds everywhere, a decent shake out, work your way up the roof, and boom, no more jugs... the upper section was definitely hard with all the pump that's settled in from the lower section Jun 30, 2014
Farmington, utah
KipHenrie   Farmington, utah
Very fun overhanging route. So many pockets to choose from, the good ones hide in the debris field. The upper half is very cool. The upper bulge requires a quick sequential approach! At this time there are fixed draws all the way with biners at the top. Awesome setting. I'd say 11d/12a. Sep 16, 2014
Steve Miller
West Jordan
Steve Miller   West Jordan
Mad stacks of pockets! steep and pumpy. crux at top after last draw. on the easy side of 12.a Sep 28, 2018