Type: Trad, TR, 50 ft (15 m)
FA: Bob Boyles
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Shared By: Orphaned User on Apr 18, 2019 · Updates
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Access Issue: Seasonal raptor closures - 6/6/21 update: No current raptor closures, but please keep dogs on leash in East Carbody Canyon. Please see details below on the pending BLM environmental assessment with respect to hardware installation. Details


A fine offwidth established by Bob Boyles in the mid 70s.

About the route, Bob offers the following observations:

“The distance between the good pro is rather far and I'm sure I would have grounded out if I popped out higher up. I always thought the "wounded" knee jam lower down was the crux. That's where you have to pull your knee out where the crack pinches down a bit.”


You can’t miss this obvious, gaping offwidth staring you in the face as you walk to the back of the canyon.

Just a few feet right of the bolts for Pabst Smear.


Route can be protected by bumping up a #7 camalot. There's at least one place for a #6 camalot partway up the pillar. Reportedly a #4 (blue) big bro can also be useful, if you're into that kind of thing.

Chain anchors recently equipped with the go-ahead from first ascensionist.


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