Type: Sport, 60 ft
FA: Michael Kimm, Fall 2014
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Shared By: Michael Kimm on Oct 4, 2014
Admins: Larry DeAngelo, Justin Johnsen

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Access Issue: Red Rock RAIN AND WET ROCK: The sandstone is fragile and is very easily damaged when wet. Details


Climb the vertical plated wall for three bolts and a big no hands rest, then work up the steepness. After a few moves the angle eases and the chains are nigh.


Route furthest right on the southeast side of the formation.


Seven bolts to anchors.


JohnniMo McMullin
Las Vegas, Nevada
JohnniMo McMullin   Las Vegas, Nevada
This route definitely needs more traffic to clean up. If not for the unreliability of the rock I'd recommend skipping the fifth bolt as the climbing there is super easy and clipping that bolt creates a ton of rope drag. I had a foothold break off at the lip and ended up with both feet cutting and hanging in the air for a minute. Worth doing if you've done everything else at the crag, but not a great route overall. Dec 12, 2014
Weston L
Make sure the belayer wears a helmet for this one. Chunks still blowing off of this one, particularly below the crux. Fantastic movement but it's gotta get cleaned up Jan 3, 2015
Laronicus Lehmanold
Salt Lake, UT
Laronicus Lehmanold   Salt Lake, UT
Fun Route with a funky crux. We did this on 4/22/17, and the shade hit the route around 1-2 pm. Apr 25, 2017