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Perin Blanchard on Full Nelson.
Start to the left of a small, incut “seat” and move to the first bolt on small edges (some have thought that getting to the first bolt was kind of tricky).
Continue up alongside a small, right-facing corner to the roof. Clip the fourth bolt and step up. The crux is getting past the next bit with tiny edges and slopey, insecure holds, but it is well-protected. Continue up to the anchors.
The right of the two bolted routes.
6 bolts, double-ring anchors.
From: centerville, utah
Sep 9, 2008
Try this climb without going into the more obvious bigger holds to the right thru the first 2 bolts and it'll be a tougher endeavor. Get to the roof then to a more technical crux on crimpers then you're home free. Quality route.
|By Christian "crisco" Burrell|
From: PG, Utah
Sep 12, 2008
Lots of good looking rails turn into ok slopers. Mostly a smearing workout. The rock is something though, it almost makes you want to dig down and see what else is under the dirt.
B.T.W.: props on the nifty trail and landing work. I know from experience that it is a big job. Hopefully nobody comes along and destroys it. YOU ALL KNOW WHO YOU ARE OUT THERE!
|By Tristan Higbee|
Sep 13, 2008
I took my time on this route. The climbing makes you think, but I didn't particularly like the moves. Pretty sweet rock, though. Worth doing.
|By Jeff Jones|
From: Elk Ridge, UT
Oct 24, 2008
I did this a little while ago with Kip, Lee, John, and Perin. I thought it was very fun. A little thin and slabby at the bottom (just enough to make you think) with some neat moves toward the top. I thought it was easier than the left route.
|By William Mackintosh|
May 5, 2012
All four of us that climbed both routes agreed that the left route felt harder than this one.