Type: Trad, 65 ft
FA: Clay Frisbie, Chandler Schooler
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Shared By: Ed Wade on Apr 23, 2014
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A classic left facing corner crack with a short offwidth section leading up to a roof system. A leftward underclinging traverse leads to a foot rail then up another short corner to another roof traverse. Move easily to the anchors on the left. This is the must do route at Haw Creek.


Located to the right of where the trail meets the rock. Can't miss it. Very obvious clean corner capped by a tiered roof.


double up on #1 to # 3 camalots. Bring a #4 (in the crux traverse) and a #5 (for the OW ) and a few small cams for the start and the finish.
C Archibolt
Salt Lake City, UT
C Archibolt   Salt Lake City, UT
I had doubles of #1 to #4 camelot, plus a Metolious cam thats somewhere between a 4 and 5. This was sufficient. I recommend enough runners to extend every piece.

For me the crux was the traverse. I actually wore my sport shoes instead of my crack shoes and I was glad. I didn't need to do many foot jams on this thing. There were lots of feet around the crack. The feet on the traverse were small. Great route. Lots of fun. Apr 27, 2014
K Gustafson
K Gustafson  
I took a similar rack. Black Diamond doubles from #0.3 - #4, plus a #5. I used a #0.5, #0.75, two #2s, two #3s, two #4s, and a #5 in the offwidth section. Extended every piece. Definitely a challenge for 10a. Great crack though. Sep 8, 2015