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By tenesmus
Sep 29, 2007
The existing crack systems would be a great introduction to multi-pitch gear leading for a beginning climber. Its a classic setting and far less intimidating than many other places in the Wasatch. You wouldn't go wrong up here when its in season and rapping down one of the Smoot's routes would make the descent nice if you were afraid of hiking down the gully.
By Boissal
From: Small Lake, UT
Jun 13, 2008
Best topo on, hands down! Thanks Master Smoot, now I can have a clue about what I'm climbing up there.
By Ben Folsom
Jun 14, 2008
Yeah, thanks for this info and nice topo.
By Ted Wilson
Sep 22, 2008
Way to go! I don't remember where I climbed there years ago. I can assure you it was easy. Great job in putting together the routes and recording them so well.
By Pete Spri
May 18, 2010
Can you get off of these with a single 70m rope?
By tenesmus
May 19, 2010
nope. 2 60's will though unless Smoot knows another way. He's the expert
By Pete Spri
May 20, 2010
Thanks Ten. Too bad there isn't at least one way to get off with a single 70 :D Se la vie.
By Luke Douglas
Aug 16, 2010
Retro bolted descent
By Sir Camsalot
From: thankgodchickenhead, Ut
Oct 16, 2010
What are the bolted lines on either side of Slippery Slab rated? I also think we saw more rap stations (not on routes) than we saw bolts. We had one 60 and were bummed we carried the extra rope. Ok area, spicy runouts.
By bsmoot
Oct 17, 2010
What are the bolted lines on either side of Slippery Slab rated?

Im not sure about the route on the left, maybe 5.7 or 5.8.

Heart of Darkness, the route on the right, is about 5.7 or maybe slightly harder.
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All of the green lines are old existing routes done in the 70's or earlier. The yellow routes are the new bolted lines done recently. The red circles are bolted belay/rap stations.

Submitted By: bsmoot on Sep 25, 2007
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