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David Trac pulling the roof.
Are you warmed up? Before hopping on the Forgotten Warrior
make sure you ask yourself those four words. Besides commitment, the Forgotten Warrior
requires poise, a level head, and proper stretching. A casual beginning leads to a small roof with a head wall so thin and blank it makes Jean-Luc Picard's
dome look like a jungle gym.
Beginning on easy, but awkward terrain, Forgotten Warrior
gets right down to business. The initial crux is a tendon ripping, eye popping, leap of faith. Keep your composure clipping the second bolt and continue through the gauntlet to a good rest. Climb through easier terrain to another larger roof and remember: You're Here To Have Fun! Choose your next moves wisely as you'll need to focus your strength on the upcoming power crux. Accomplish this feat to reach a rest that allows a quick breath for the final and fantastic finish.
is on the far right/east side of the Good Medicine Wall
. It sits between The Legend
and Peace Treaty
and is most recognized by its initial small roof and massive, much higher roof, about 30 feet above.
Seven bolts plus chains.
From: Farmington, utah
Jul 30, 2009
rating: 5.11c 6c+ 24 VIII- 24 E4 6a
This is an awesome climb.
If you look at the Legend (10c) foto you'll see Forgotten Warrior which is to the right of the climber.
By Thaddeus VanDenBerghe
From: Salt Lake Sizzle, Utah
Sep 30, 2015
Key hold above the first roof next to the 2nd bolt is loose and shifting. If ethically valid, some glue would likely save this block from pulling.