Type: Sport, 45 ft
FA: bolted by Thomas Holmes, Darrell Hodges FA Natasha Hodges
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Shared By: darrell hodges on Aug 12, 2016
Admins: Andrew Gram, Nathan Fisher, Perin Blanchard, grk10vq

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If you're old and fat or not very limber, you might want to stick clip the second bolt.
Climb through dihedral to ledge, reach high from hueco to clip the bolt in the roof from the ledge and go!


Left of Beeleave, first bolt at eye level if you are 6'8" tall.


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Thomas Holmes
Thomas Holmes   Utah
As of today this route has seen two ascents. Its rather steep and cruxy but it comes with an amazing no hands rest between the two sections of climbing. Currently stands at 11b but time should iron out a solid consensus. Aug 12, 2016
Logan Bradford
American Fork, UT
Logan Bradford   American Fork, UT
Props to you guys for adding a new route up there! Went up today and top-roped it. I am admittedly an aspiring .11b climber, but couldn't, for the life of me, figure out how to get past the huge hueco and through the roof. Fun route though, but SHARP rock. Whoah. Definitely one that you want to tape your fingers on. Aug 23, 2016
The crux is a real puzzle. After we figured out the move it wasn't too bad. Without the right feet it feels impossible. I had my rope go in the crack right as I was traversing to the hueco. It wasn't easy getting it out from that position either. So defenitly watch out for that. Also if you want some beta for the crux the picture of Natasha on the crux shows excactly where your feet should go. Oct 9, 2016