Type: Sport, 65 ft
FA: Jeff Pedersen
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Shared By: Aaron Child on Nov 7, 2017
Admins: Andrew Gram, Nathan Fisher, Perin Blanchard, grk10vq

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Access Issue: Located in a National Forest Fee Area Details


Shares the first two or three bolts of Apetizer (depending on if you clip the first low bolt), then busts hard right through the overhanging staircase-like roof. The holds and movement on this route are amazing: bouldery, tenuous, burly, yet simultaneously subtle and techy. There are a few great rests separating the numerous cruxes. It's exposed, and the stone is bomber. One of the many great 5.13's in American Fork that often goes overlooked.

Note: there's a variation that branches off at the 7th bolt that is a letter grade harder.


Same start as Apetizer


10-12 bolts to two bolt anchor with fixed biners. There's a working bolt (around bolt 8), and the first low bolt is often skipped.


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Kipp Schorr
Kipp Schorr  
One of the best features in the canyon and lots of options throughout. Like Aaron said, this thing covers alot of styles. Lower end C feels right on the money for this one. Nov 15, 2017
must do. At least as good at atmosphere and pretty similar difficulty. May 1, 2018