Type: Trad, 100 ft
FA: Joel Ogulnick, Dan Briley, George Smith
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Shared By: DesertDan on Oct 22, 2016
Admins: Justin Johnsen

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From the wash, follow the end of a fin of rock past a bolt down low. After about 50' you can step onto the left face and follow cracks and ledges to the top of the fin. Descend climbers left on ledges until around the north end of Maximum Impact Wall and back to the wash.


On the left side of the wash, left of a small gully just before the Second waterfall.


One bolt, nuts and cams up to 2".


On the Wind
DesertDan   On the Wind
We put this up on a fine 110* summer day when the rock was too hot to touch but was mitigated by our large ice chest of beer and water that we hiked up. And by keeping the belayer in the shade. Oct 22, 2016
Tyler Froelich
St George, UT
Tyler Froelich   St George, UT
Fun and adventurous climb, but beware: the rock was crumbling from midway up to the top of the route and there's potential to pull off large pieces if you don't climb carefully. Jan 3, 2017