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Great route on excellent rock. Exciting traversing and route finding.
P 1 - Ascend a stepped right facing corner and finger crack for 140' to a belay.(5.9)
P 2 - Climb a beautiful hand crack. Traverse right under the first roof. Move up to the second roof and continue right around it to a hanging belay or continue higher to a narrow ledge. Great, improbable pitch. (5.9) Les at his best!
P3 - Follow ramps and corners leftward to a belay near the top. (5.7)
P4 - Scramble to the top. (5.5)
Hike up the talus to a point below the left side of the long roof above.
Standard rack, mostly small & medium cams, many runners.
|By Greg G|
From: SLC, UT
Jul 8, 2012
Easy to link the last 2 pitches with one 60m rope. The 2nd pitch is the most unique I've done in the Wasatch. Beware of loose sections on pitch 3 and at the top out.