Type: Trad, 70 ft
FA: FOS, C.Tatum
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Shared By: J. Snyder on May 26, 2015
Admins: Luke Bertelsen, JJ Schlick, Greg Opland

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Access Issue: Peregrine Falcons Details


If FOS was climbing here years ago, this obvious route was likely the first that they climbed...

Duh Crack climbing above where the trail comes up to the crag. Good jams, thin mini crux, grand tradition.


Scramble up to a ledge below a obvious thin hands splitter. Climb up into varied dihedral.

Just to the right of 'Debra'


Standard Rack


Micah Kurtz
Denver, Co
Micah Kurtz   Denver, Co
Once up the obvious splitter, does the route go left into that wide looking pod? Is there any large gear needed for that part? Apr 10, 2016
J. Snyder
Flagstaff, Arizona
J. Snyder   Flagstaff, Arizona
There is a 'wider-ish' pod near the top but it doesn't warrant bringing big cams all the way up there. Standard rack and some nuts should do it for ya. If you do bring something big take it down to Dream Signals and stuff some wider cams!! Apr 11, 2016
David Deville
Flagstaff, Arizona
David Deville   Flagstaff, Arizona
For the not so solid 5.10 climbers the MP gear list is a little off. I found myself doing a lot of back cleaning and pulling hard-for-me moves/hanging with a single piece between me and broken ankles. If you, like me, are of weak fingers and mind I would suggest 2X #3 camalot at a minimum.

If you want a sew-it-up gear list here goes: 1X finger sized piece (I used an orange mastercam), 1X #1 camalot, 2-3X #2 and #3 camalot each. It looks like you could probably put a smaller nut in at the crux but it'd be pretty strenuous. Smaller and larger cams are unnecessary as the crack is #2 and #3 sized anywhere you want gear (including in the OW). Jun 3, 2016
Sam Elander
Bullhead City, AZ
Sam Elander   Bullhead City, AZ
Yep, agree. Standard rack. PLUS at least one extra #2 or #3 to safely protect. Oct 7, 2018