Type: Trad, 45 ft
FA: unknown
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Shared By: DRyan on Apr 6, 2014
Admins: Mike Engle

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Begins as a great hand crack with ample feet for easy placements. The crack peters out up top and leaves a thin, slabby face to the left and a steep face with chains above to the right.


Hand crack located a couple columns climbers left of Copperhead.


Hand crack eats up BD ones and twos. Smaller gear up top as you can find it. The bottom of the seam has some nice places to slot some small stoppers. This make the moves to the next finger sized pro a bit more comforting.


C Hopwood
Salt Lake City, UT
C Hopwood   Salt Lake City, UT
A 4 star hand crack to a zero star slab finish. Hand crack is beautiful and takes #1s, #2s, and #3s. Then you get on a 5.10 slab and try to finish with only a few tiny stoppers below your feet for protection. No thanks. This route could really use a bolt right there IMO. Mar 23, 2015
Sean Sullivan
Boise, ID
Sean Sullivan   Boise, ID
I wish I'd read the description before I started up this thing...I would have brought some small gear. I clipped the bolts on the climb to the left, and that seemed okay. The crack was cruiser, the slab definitely the crux, but it was all enjoyable. Jul 26, 2017
Robert Aston
Robert Aston   Meridian
Like most of the short cliff routes you can take the trail on the left end of the wall and get up on top of the cliffs. This one is easy to set top rope from up top. My friend and I have only sport climbing experience but we like to top rope a lot of these climbs. This was a lot fun as a top rope. I can see how leading this trad would get very exciting toward the top. Jun 21, 2018
Derrek Brent
Derrek Brent   Idaho
One of the best hand cracks at the cliffs leads to a tricky section that is pumpy and demands good balance . I thought it was Great! perfect small nut placements for the crux Oct 16, 2018