Long route on good rock. Multiple cruxes and multiple rests. A great route and a local favorite.
Follow the trail to the cliff. You will be looking at an alcove. Adios Amigos starts just left of the dihedral. (free topo of this route and other areas in Logan Canyon on drtopo.com)
Draws (you might need a 60 meter)
BETA PHOTO: 1.Limestone Cowboy 5.12a
2.Tiny Toons 5.5
|By Jeremy Henderson|
From: Tacoma, WA
Jun 8, 2009
A needed hold after the 6th bolt broke off. It is a long move and a little exposed so be careful. It makes this route in my opinion a 12d
|By Spencer Weiler|
From: SLC, UT
Nov 17, 2010
My good friend Jeremy is overreacting a bit. The crux traverse moves are stiff, but no harder than the other 12a's in the canyon. Great route, really long with a balancy crux and a very fun top section. Good rests are there if you are resourceful.
|By Courtney Pace|
Mar 3, 2012
This one feels harder than Limestone Cowboy for me. The crux traverse is really thin and quite barn-doorish. Two of my favorite things.
From: St. George, Utah
Apr 10, 2012
I would agree that it's noticeably harder that LC..
I cleaned a loose block on it today. Another little one that is a little loose, but everything else is solid.