Type: Sport, 75 ft (23 m)
FA: Alan Collins
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Shared By: Ben Stabley on Feb 27, 2022
Admins: Kevin Piarulli, Micah Klesick, Nate Ball

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Description Suggest change

Perched atop a massive detached chunk of the wall, Slab of Doom offers interesting moves compared to most Smith nob-pulling slabs and a good challenge for the grade. Unfortunately, the positives of the route are diminished by lots of loose rock and ample amounts of animal poop (some on really nice holds). With enough traffic the loose rock might disappear, but I believe the wall has an infinite amount of poop that will forever stain.

Location Suggest change

If going around Brogan Spire/Mudpile from above: follow the wall downhill until reaching Maiden Oregon Wall.

If going around Brogan Spire/Mudpile from below: head uphill past the Wallaby and Joey, follow the trail across the hillside. The trail leads directly to Maiden Oregon Wall.

Slab of Doom is the obvious slab on the left of the wall.

Protection Suggest change

6 bolts. 2-bolt anchor with chains. Hand sanitizer or wet wipes recommended to protect yourself from animal dung.

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