Type: Trad, 2 pitches
FA: Scott Ayers & Avi Steinburg
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Shared By: www.cochiseclimbing.com on Oct 14, 2013
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P1- Follow a shallow right-facing corner for 25ft to reach the first bolt and keep climbing to a ledge. Steep moves gain a right-facing flake which gain the anchor. 5.9-, 100'

P2- This is the best pitch on this wall. Climb a beautiful right-leaning seam to an anchor. 5.10-, 90'


Upper northwest side of the Sheepshead. These routes are uphill from Ewephoria and the first routes encountered when walking off the Sheepshead.


Bolts, pro to 3"


Dana Ernst  
This is a fun route. The first pitch is a bit run out at the top if I remember correctly. Dec 17, 2013
Nick Henscheid
Tucson, AZ
Nick Henscheid   Tucson, AZ
Great climb. You can (and should) lead both pitches in 1 with a 60 meter rope. Sling long on the first pitch and rope drag will be minimal, then leave extra gear at the first pitch anchors and just bring 9-10 quickdraws & anchor setup for the second pitch. No noticeable runouts, 2nd pitch is very safely bolted. If anything the 1st pitch is slightly spooky since the rock quality isn't perfect.

Jan 29, 2017
Great to see people exploring the "new" climbs in the area with the new guidebook. Can't wait to get you on the East Side climbs. Mar 15, 2017
Emily Lines
Denver, Co
Emily Lines   Denver, Co
This was a fun, worthwhile climb with interesting movement on the second pitch. I wouldn’t let the rock quality scare you away. You can top out if you continue up the slab and belay on gear, then head up the gully behind some boulders to climber’s left. Mar 19, 2018