Rock Out with Your Glock Out
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Hoody negotiates the crux slot.
|RAIN AND WET ROCK The sandstone around Moab is fragile and is very easily damaged when it is wet. MORE INFO >>>|
This aesthetic curving splitter lies on a nice peach colored panel with calcite on the far left-hand side of the cliff. A great variety route that climbs like a tower pitch.
Layback up the left-curving fingers flake with small calcite footholds which quickly opens to tight hands and a decent stretch of slammer hands to the short, flared slot. Inch up the crux slot (still a bit dusty after the removal of a large flake) which is deceptively harder than it looks. Exit the slot over a cups/tight fists bulge and finish up double cracks (fingers/hands) on either side of large blocks to a chimney stance and the anchors.
About 10 minutes left of Have a Heart Donna. No real path yet, but the side-hilling isn't too bad through here.
(1X).5,.75,1 (5-6X) 2 (2X) 3 (1X) new 4, new 5 BD sizes, chains
BETA PHOTO: The route with upper section foreshortened. The bi...