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Kiddie Pool

5.10c/d, Sport, 50 ft,  Avg: 3 from 55 votes
FA: Cole Bradburn
Utah > Wasatch Range > American Fork C… > Division Wall
Access Issue: Located in a National Forest Fee Area Details

Description

Easy beginning until you pull onto the vertical section and the holds get smaller and the moves become more technical.

Location

The route is one bolt line left of Liquid Oxygen.

Protection

7 bolts and 2 chain anchors.

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Photo of Kiddie Pool
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Swimming in the kiddie pool
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KB on the take down.
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Dan Christopherson cleaning in the dark
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Cole styling the cool pockets.
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Woogie
  5.10c/d
[Hide Comment] Super cool pockets at the beginning and then they just kind of disappear. Navigating the small crimps to the chains is tricky. Sep 9, 2015
[Hide Comment] This route is an instant classic. Talk about candy for your hands. Steeper than it looks. Sep 9, 2015
Kory Kowallis
  5.10b/c
[Hide Comment] High pump factor. Don't let the slab after the bulge fool you. I agree with Jobless Foof McGavin; it is steeper than it looks! Sep 9, 2015
[Hide Comment] Congrats on putting up the best route at Division Wall (according to the stars). Sep 11, 2015
bheller
SL UT
  5.10d
[Hide Comment] Good route- could use a lot more cleaning up higher. I broke two holds in two different places, both of which resulted in unexpected falls. Nice to see you used stainless hardware- thank you! Especially since the SLCA spent so much time upgrading the whole crag to meet this new standard.Too bad the pockets disappear on the upper third... When it cleans up it just may be worth 3 stars;) Sep 11, 2015
[Hide Comment] Perfect addition to Division. Big holds to techy section on smaller crimps. So fun! Sep 11, 2015
pdao
San Francisco
  5.10c/d
[Hide Comment] Probably one of the coolest 10c climbs ever. Big, pumpy moves on big pockets make way to delicate slab climbing. Probably easier if you're taller. Second clip is a little spicy with the little ledge if you're under 5'3". So rad. This'll clean up nicely.

Jun 1, 2016
Mulch
New Jersey
[Hide Comment] This climb is solid 10d! I found the upper section considerably harder than any move on Remote Control. Jun 6, 2018