Type: Trad, 400 ft, 4 pitches, Grade II
FA: Mike Robinson/Kyle Akin p1/p2 , Mike Robinson/Noah Ferriera p3/p4
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Shared By: Mike Robinson on Apr 29, 2018 with updates from Noah Ferriera
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


The second and Third Pitches are the bees knees.                      
The climbing is amazing, this will be the first multi pitch on the Left Reptilian wall and goes to the top.  The first pitch was very dirty and we successfully removed some large loose blocks to make it safe.
P1 is 5.8ish and ok climbing.  Climb to a detached pillar.  Mount the pillar and belay at  2 bolts.
P2  is 5.10 and superb! finger crack to a flared pod and back to a finger hand crack.
P3 is  also excellent  5.10 with a short AO section.  P3 has been freed by Chris Dickson at solid 5.11
P4 is 5.9ish  4 bolts to the top with bolted anchor.


Go far left on the left reptilian wall  and locate a massive roof...it is in the corner just left of that roof


a double rack to #4's will do
Mike Robinson
Grand Junction, CO
Mike Robinson   Grand Junction, CO
the third pitch still has some loose rock on it. Will be cleaned up with in a week or so... May 13, 2018
Mike Robinson
Grand Junction, CO
Mike Robinson   Grand Junction, CO
All cleaned up and equipt May 19, 2018
Chris Dickson
Sometimes Lander and someti…
Chris Dickson   Sometimes Lander and someti…
I was pretty dubious when Mike brought me out to this thing, but it actually climbs really well. P1 is ledgy 5.8+ up the left side of a pillar to a nice ledge belay. P2 is all sorts of good jamming and fingers up the corner (5.10) to a belay in a pod. P3 is the crux with good corner climbing to wide layback (#5 cam nice to have) to a sporty finger pod crux protected by a bolt. P3 ends at a huge ledge right below the rim. P4 meanders up 5.8 climbing to the top of the cliff. Rap the route with a single 60. Overall, a beautiful corner that is worth checking out if you’re in the area! May 24, 2018