Type: Trad, 75 ft
FA: unknown
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Shared By: Derek DeBruin on Apr 19, 2015
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Aka: Cold Sunday in Hell

Scramble up a short pillar of blocks just below a roof. Skirt around the roof on the face to the right on large feet (or go straight up into the roof at a more stout grade). Continue to follow the corner to the bolts, passing a very old stamped piton.


This is the rightmost route on the Sunday Wall, located just left of the bolted lines and fixed cable that mark the left end of Asbury Park. It ascends an obvious, left-facing corner with a roof about 15 feet up.

Descend from bolted anchors at the top of the route.


Single rack to #3 and a set of nuts (plenty of good stopper placements), a couple slings and some draws. An optional #4 can be used to protect the opening roof but a #3 is adequate if deeply buried.


Colby Wayment
Ogden, UT
Colby Wayment   Ogden, UT
I referred to this as "Darkness on the Edge of Town" to keep with the Asbury Park theme in a previous guide, but either name is fine. I don't have any more claim to name it than anyone else since the FA occurred years ago. Just FYI, if any of my old copies of a guide are floating around. Apr 19, 2015