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5.9, Sport, 55 ft (17 m),  Avg: 2.8 from 24 votes
FA: Jason Stevens and Jared Nielsen, Fall 2003
Utah > W Desert > Ibex > Corral Crags > Central Corral Crag


The route starts with a sidepull and a high step and gets right into the business with awkward finger locks and jams before moving onto easier terrain. The final two bolts guard a short steep section.


Look for a southern facing spur of rock just above the corrals. Highly visible from the parking lot, 30 feet left of the fence edge.


A few small pieces of gear could be placed but the route is fully protected with bolts. Very mild runouts on the easy middle section. Two chain anchor on top.

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The bluff of the central area with Bodaggette.
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Stan Pitcher
[Hide Comment] The Guide shows this route merging with the route on the left and finishing left but most seem to go straight up which seems like the more logical line - this may be the actual finish for Where Men are Men? May 28, 2020
Keith Laurenz
Salt Lake City, UT
[Hide Comment] This is a pretty fun route and protects super well. There is one high clip near the upper crux. There are two cruxes that I think make this route actually kind of hard for the 5.9 leader. There's a crux between bolt 2 and 3 that has a sneaky left hand side pull that if you miss will make the move feel much harder than 5.9. The upper crux at the bulge is just a thinker... it's more annoying than problem solving fun. I think the line actually trends right toward the top. It's fun. The 5.10a to the right is not much harder. Do both. Nov 6, 2023