Type: Sport, 60 ft
FA: Darren Knezek
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Shared By: Darren Knezek on Sep 7, 2013
Admins: Andrew Gram, Nathan Fisher, Perin Blanchard, grk10vq

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Access Issue: Located in a National Forest Fee Area Details


A relatively casual first half leads to a steepening section where the holds get smaller, harder-to-find, and are pointed in less-than-helpful directions. Concentrating on feet, and looking for the best of the pockets keeps it sub-5.10. A fun outing.


The second line to the right of the right-facing corner that marks the end of the overhanging rock.


13 quickdraws, 11 bolts plus ring anchors.


Choss. It needs 5 years of heavy use to even get a star from me. Nice pockets here and there, but a whole lotta choss cubes all over. May 16, 2014
Gabriel Tallent
Salt Lake City, UT
Gabriel Tallent   Salt Lake City, UT
Still shedding holds in 2016. If I have the right climb, it has a large aluminum ring hung on a sling on the seventh bolt, right before the crux, which is awkward, delicate climbing on breakable holds. Looks like someone bailed? I counted nine bolts + anchors, not 13. Apr 13, 2016
clive curson
clive curson  
11 bolts + 2 chains. Seemed hard for 5.9. Tried to make it easier on toprope up to the left - still 10a-ish. Aug 4, 2016
Britney Talbot  
I counted 9 bolts plus 2 for anchor, not 13. The climb made me a bit more pumped than some 5.10s I've climbed. I would still say it is a solid 5.9 though. There are good finger pockets and footholds throughout the climb and you just have to find them. There's still a lot of dirt and loose rocks so I would advise the belayer to wear a helmet. With more people climbing it, I think it will clean up into a really awesome route! Jul 9, 2017