Type: Sport, 100 ft
FA: unknown
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Shared By: Scott Patterson on May 31, 2017
Admins: slim, Andrew Gram, Nathan Fisher, Perin Blanchard, grk10vq

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Access Issue: RAIN, WET ROCK and RAPTOR CLOSURES: The sandstone around Moab is fragile and is very easily damaged when it is wet. Also please ask and be aware of Raptor Closures in areas such as CAT WALL and RESERVOIR WALL in Indian Creek Details


This is the easiest climbing route up the crag. It also can be sandy, but it quite easy. Except for one little section, much of the route is actually 4th class. Climbers can use this one to set up top ropes for other climbs.

Bolts are spaced closely together, so leading is very safe for beginners.

The climb can be sandy.


This route is just to the right of Refuse to Feel.


6-7 draws


Aaron Glasenapp
Denver, CO
Aaron Glasenapp   Denver, CO
Hi Scott,

Are you sure that the unnamed 5.4 is to the right of Big Bolts/Kor Route? I recall that the farther right you go, it get slightly steeper, and there weren't many features. I didn't climbing anything to the right of The Calla Way, so I could be wrong, but I would think that if there is a 5.4 somewhere on the slab it would be on the left side, near, eg: Refuse to Feel or Tone Stef.

Do let me know if i'm wrong, I just wanted to clarify since this doesn't match what I remember of the area.

Cheers! Jun 2, 2017
Scott Patterson  
You may be right. There seems to be more than on Kor Route on the wall.

The Kor Route that this route is to the right of used to have big bolts, but they have been pulled and replaced, so maybe I am referring to a completely different climb/Kor Route?

This is the Old Kor Route I was referring to that the 5.4 is to the right of:

I have always heard of this one as the Old Kor Route, but maybe it goes by another name. Maybe this is Tone Stef?

Do you know the route in the Photo?

Here is it's approximate location from Google Earth:

I'd be happy to change the page for accuracy.

Jun 3, 2017
Aaron Glasenapp
Denver, CO
Aaron Glasenapp   Denver, CO
I think you're right that there are multiple "Kor" routes on the wall. I'm pretty sure the pictures you posted for the Old Kor Route line up with the route "Refuse to Feel" on this site, and I think the "Unnamed 5.4" is probably the same thing as "Tone Stef".
The Rakkup app (where I got info on route names) and your google map image seem to confirm this.

The route I listed here as "Big Bolts/Kor Route" is 50+ feet to the right of those 2 routes, and when I was there a couple months ago, there were definitely some big machine bolts on that one.

For clarity, I'll change the name of "Big Bolts/Kor Route" to just "Big Bolts". I'll also add a note on "Refuse to Feel" that it is also referred to as the Old Kor Route. Would you mind moving the photo you have of the Kor Route to the "Refuse to Feel" page.

Thanks! Hopefully we'll end up with a complete and clear page! Jun 3, 2017
Aaron Glasenapp
Denver, CO
Aaron Glasenapp   Denver, CO

Actually, how about you just re-sort the route so that it is to the right of "Refuse to Feel", and if you want, you can rename it to "Tone Stef" or keep it as-is. I'll delete my post for "Tone Stef"

I made a few small edits and hopefully made things clear on the various routes in question. Jun 3, 2017
Scott Patterson  
OK sounds good and it all make sense now. I believe that your are correct. This is actually Tone Stef. I changed the page.

I'll add some more photos to Refuse to Feel as well. Jun 3, 2017