Type: Sport, 130 ft
FA: KW, JS, Aug. 2014
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Shared By: John Steiger on Sep 12, 2014
Admins: Andrew Gram, Nathan Fisher, Perin Blanchard, grk10vq

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This is a long bolted line right of Vector and Tangent, starting up an easy bolted face then eventually climbing over steep bulges left of the largest roofs on the crag. There is a section of out-of-character scrambling, and a wee bit of contrivance, but the direct line and air below your feet as you crank the bulges warrant three stars IMO. The first bolt is maybe 40 feet up, but 5.0 climbing to get to it.


About 30 feet right and downhill from the start to Vector Madness. Rap or lower from chains (70 meter rope).


One can get by with 7 draws, maybe a few on the long side, and a biner or two for the chains. If real nervous, one or two hand-size cams should help (use for the section before the steep bulges).


Stan Pitcher
Stan Pitcher   SLC, UT
Finally got around to finishing this after bailing by traversing to Vector Madness anchors in fading light last year. I also wasn't sure a 60m rope would get us off, but you can rap from the low anchors to the easy rock at the start of the route with one. This is a worthy route with fun climbing through the roof where finding the best holds is challenging. I was glad to have a 1, .5, and .75 camalot to supplement the 9 bolts. Aug 17, 2017
DO NOT go to the anchor for the 12's on this route. Use the Vector Madness anchor. If TR/cleaning from the former, there's a high possibility that a fall after unclipping the last bolt will result in a right-swinging nightmare across a VERY sharp edge. And unless your rope is braided steel....

With that said, this is a fantastic route. Even the slab down low is worthy, but the $$ is the big roofs and overhangs. Holds are all there and the route is perfectly clean. Have at it. May 20, 2018
Stan Pitcher
Stan Pitcher   SLC, UT
That would be true for sure zoso if you didn't place a directional above the roof. With the directional, I like the lower anchor as I can see the seconding climber. Jun 1, 2018