Type: Sport, 100 ft, Grade V
FA: Jeff Knight
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Shared By: Jeff Knight on Nov 1, 2013
Admins: Andrew Gram, Nathan Fisher, Perin Blanchard, grk10vq

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"Frog Kisser", rated 5.7 to 5.8, 12 bolts plus anchors. 100 feet to the top, climb left of the dihedral on the black slab. 60 meter rope needed. Crux is between bolt 9 and 11. Mantel ledge to the last bolt, anchor just out of sight up the crack.


"Frog Kisser" is located 30 feet west of the StairWay crack, sort of below and around the corner. "Frog Kisser" is one route left/down hill/west of "Good Ship Lollipop," .11d, the steep white face. They share the first 2 bolts.


12 Rawl/Powers bolts with Fixe hangers. Installed September 2013. Anchor is all the way to the top (note: chain got stolen, there's a Fixe ring and just a regular hanger as of July 6 2015). Anchor can be easily accessed from the top for top-roping, too.


Logan, UT
Angee   Logan, UT
So I tried to find this last weekend. Knight Land climbing area. I know it's up Left Hand Fork, but which trail do I use? Herd Hollow - James Peak Trail, or the one up to the dying waterfall? new to the area and dying to find 5.9 and below climbs to practice my lead climbing and get my kids to better like climbing.
406-599-5079 If you'd like to meet me for the climb Sat morning 8/20/16.
Thanks! Aug 17, 2016
Cody Morgan
Hyrum, UT
Cody Morgan   Hyrum, UT
Sharp edges at the top. I'd say it would be best to not TR or lower off this route. Bolt 3 and 11 benefit from a long draw/sling.
This route needs chains added to the anchors still. I keep meaning to do it myself, but haven't yet. Jun 30, 2017
Chris Morgan
Ogden, UT
Chris Morgan   Ogden, UT
This was a very fun climb. A nice hold was always available during this long route. Not difficult climbing, but very enjoyable. The only issue is what Cody wrote about the top needing chains. The location of the anchors causes the rope to run across sharp edges which is never comforting. Once chains are in place this climb will be great to lead then set the rope up for others in your group to follow. Apr 29, 2018