The Title Track
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The Title Track 2nd pitch.
AKA: Eddies High Somewhere
This route was a real score for the first ascent party. Ground up, onsight, all free. It is a fun traditional romp up the center of the Eddie's High Somewhere
formation. Pitch 1
: Begin in the center of the wall below a left facing corner/chimney. Climb up the corner treading lightly over the pasted blocks at the bottom. Near the top of the pitch there is a stack on the right that also requires care but can be avoided by holds out left. This pitch is fun and better than it sounds. Belay on a nice ledge at a 2 bolt anchor. 5.8, 80. Pitch 2:
Climb a clean splitter hand crack. Belay on a large sloping green ledge at a 2 bolt belay. 5.9, 90. Pitch 3
: Move to the right across the ledge and up a wide crack/chimney using TCUs in horizontals for pro. Belay at a 2 bolt anchor near the top of the formation. 5.7, 90. Descent
: Rappel the route or walk off.
Single rack to a #3 Camalot. Doubles in the hand sizes may be nice.
60 meter rope.
Title Track 1st pitch. Working around the stacked ...
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By matt evans
From: salt lake city, UT
Jul 28, 2013
rating: 5.9 5c 17 VI 17 HVS 5a
Fun route. I had my eyes fixed on the splitter up pitch #2 so I ended up climbing the crack system just below it for the first pitch. It takes gear well, has a fun challenging bulge to get around (go left of the bulge!), but it's dirty and needs traffic. I'd rate it a 5.9+. Pitch #2 was a tricky 5.9 too. The rock is superb and I will definitely be returning to do some of the pitches on the main wall, iron Hayden.