Hong Kong Phooey
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Red: first half of Hong Kong Phooey Yellow: second...
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Hong Kong Phooey
is the sport climb on the slab left of Inner Chi
. It comprises thin edging at a consistent grade, to a large hueco near the top, with the last move stepping left to a bolted anchor (shared with a 5.9 crack climb to its left- "Miagi").
The holds feel a little flakey, which is probably normal for newer face climbs in Zion.
6 bolts to a 2-bolt anchor
By Caleb Padgett
From: Rockville, utah
Jul 15, 2013
Currently , as of 7/15/13, there is a wasp nest in a hueco between the 3rd and 4th bolt. I got suckered in by the bail draw left on the route and got swarmed but not stung. be careful
From: Boulder, CO
May 26, 2014
rating: 5.10- 6a 18 VI+ 18 E1 5a
Getting to the first bolt is a bit thin if you can't reach the good ledge from the pedestal. Other than that, a really fun route on a nice face.