Type: Sport, 164 ft (50 m), 2 pitches
FA: Clay Lippincott, David Jacobs, Ryan Myers, Tyler Eglen
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Shared By: Ryan Myers on Jan 28, 2019 · Updates
Admins: Aaron Mc, Zach Levy, Greg Opland, Brian Boyd, JJ Schlick, Kemper Brightman, Luke Bertelsen

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A truly enjoyable route to the top of the Funny Farm. This route consists of two pitches or can be set up as a single pitch for top-roping (USE YOUR OWN ANCHOR, DO NOT TOP-ROPE OFF THE RAP RINGS!) . If being done as a two pitch climb, best to clip the anchor as protection and continue 5ft higher to a nice ledge and separate anchor.

Pitch one climbs the nice featured face up and to the left and continues up the arete which provides awesome positioning and fun climbing.

Pitch 2 works up some easy steps off the ledge to a short steep section, from there follow the bolts up the sloping ramp to the crux. Once past the crux follow the bolts leftwards to the top.

Please be aware the second pitch could use some traffic to help clean it up a bit. Be sure your belayer and other climbers at the base have helmets on. A thorough cleaning has been done so it's mostly small flakes and things but still be AWARE!  

Location Suggest change

Left Side of the nice bolted wall. Left of Seats of Evil. Right of the overhanging handcrack. 

Protection Suggest change

Quickdraws, Rap Ring anchors, Additional anchor provided on nice ledge 5 feet above pitch 1 anchors.

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