Type: Sport, 55 ft (17 m)
FA: Alex Morano, Sam Burke, and Chris Rohlf
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Shared By: Alex Morano on Jul 30, 2020
Admins: Joey Chicharrones, Leo Paik, John McNamee, Frances Fierst, Monty, Monomaniac, Tyler KC

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WARNING: I have extensively checked the integrity of the rock where the last two bolts are placed. I have found no reason to suspect it will detach. I have fallen on bolt bolts and i have taken a crowbar to the entire block. Nothing seems to be out of order. Still, I cannot ensure it will remain this way forever. Freeze thaw is a huge issue in Summit County and Morning Glory often is subjected to large amounts of runoff. I recommend you use your own judgment to decide whether or not to do this climb. There are numerous other better 5.10 options at Morning Glory. Options for backing up the bolts do exist; based on a quick rappel from the anchors, small nuts can be used as a great protection option if the bolts do not Align with your confort level.  Anyways, be safe and have fun out there!
-Alex Morano

This is a nice line that finishes with the crux. Bolts one and two move through the lower easy section. Bolts three and four involve slab movement but are still fairly easy. After clipping bolt five, follow the block hanging out of the wall to clip bolt six. From here, it is a committing move to a jug. Clip the anchors from the jug.


It is the farthest right route. 


6 bolts to a two bolt anchor.