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This is the old Hank Caylor project as noted in the Fixed Pin guidebook. Start with a few finger locks and a crimp out left and gain some insecure jamming or double gaston action on decent feet. Plug a piece and execute the difficulty crux to a jug, then move up on decent holds and place a creative piece or two and embark on the second crux to the tufa-esque feature and the jug on top. Short but very sweet!
This route is up to the left of Marry Me, Becky
. It is the obvious seam to the two bolt anchor 40 feet up.
If you're launching up this thing, then you can probably figure your own gear, but here's what I used...1 #0.4 Camalot, 1 #0.75 Camalot, 1 #0.5 Camalot, 1 #2 Camalot, and a #4 brass RP. There is more room for gear if you are creative.
By adampeters Peters
From: Salt Lake City, Utah
Feb 23, 2013
There are rap bolts at the very tippy top of the cliff that can be accessed by hiking up and throwing a rope and rappelling. If you're looking to do this route and want to practice it before, you can rap to the anchors and set a TR. It's a fun little route that should see some traffic. It's cleaner than most of the Quarry routes, so go do it!
By Tyrel Fuller
From: Denver, CO
Apr 26, 2013
This route deserves an R rating or at least a PG-13+++. Just my two cents.