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A mildly tricky start in which the holds subsequent to the starting edges are slightly hard to find, followed by lower-angled terrain with positive edges (including a sidepull or two, if so inclined) to the top.
Located on the west-facing aspect of Endor, this is the left of two bolted lines that start just left of a large-ish juniper tree.
5 bolts, hangers-and-chains anchor.
|By Tristan Higbee|
Apr 8, 2009
Kind of par for the course on this part of the wall... Not terrible but not even close to resembling anything spectacular. I thought this was the better of the two routes left of the juniper tree (or maybe it was the other way around...? I don't really remember... ). I'd give it a solid OK on the OK rating scale.
|By Christian "crisco" Burrell|
From: PG, Utah
Apr 8, 2009
All the short routes on this part of the wall were bolted as part of a group effort to give newbies something to do for a Utah Climbing Club day. This was all due to a request from some "big and important person" to have more easy routes for the newbs. It can be tough to find really good easy routes...especially when you are not willing to accidentally end up with a harder route.
Most of the really good routes I have put up didn't exactly look simple but ended up that way as a pleasant surprise.
Still, the views here are great and the are a fair stop if you come up with newbs or you are headed to the walls further along. Some of these routes will be linked to longer finishes eventually, that will make them more worth the effort.
|By Darren Knezek|
Apr 15, 2009
I liked this one, a little more technical than the others.
I had an itch and this one supplied the scratch.
|By Perin Blanchard|
From: Orem, UT
Apr 16, 2009
Darren, that's just wrong.