A three pitch sport climb left of Dana's Arch.
Pitch 1: 5.10 face and slab climbing.
Pitch 2: Climb the middle option of three routes leaving the belay following a bolted flake. follow the flake to a tough mantle leaving a corner. Airy face climbing leads to a tricky face move skirting a roof into the upper corner. Belay at a nice ledge. 5.11b
Pitch 3: An index classic. Out of this world knobs through very steep terrain highlight the last pitch. It's not over until the very end with a pumpy finish at the chains. 5.12a
left of Dana's Arch and Right of Earwax Wall
Apr 4, 2016
Worth climbing for the last pitch alone. Well protected, and fun the whole way. There is a very old bolt on P3 about 3/4 of the way up that may concern some people, but it is only about 4' above a nice shiney new bolt with a clean fall.
From: Everett WA
May 12, 2016
rating: 5.11d 7a 24 VIII 25 E5 6a
The last pitch is one of the best pitches of granite I have ever been on. Brilliant sustained climbing up overhung knobs with 200+ feet of air behind you, a must do, as is p2 Jungle Fun. Much more challenging in the sun.