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Far right line. This is almost a gully climb. It has like one 5.6 move (getting off the ground), and then it eases to 5.3 or 5.4. Not a great route
In the gully on the far right. Rap off.
4 bolts. Although it can be led very safely trad.
|By Jon O|
From: SLC, UT
Jun 26, 2006
While I wouldn't consider it a super quality or challenging climb, it is a great place to get someone a bit scared of climbing to do a TR. The low angle and numerous, large footholds definitely increase a beginner's confidence. It certainly gets a star for confidence builder.
When clipping the anchors, clip the higher set - maybe not 5.6 to get to, but less drag for a lower or TR.
|By Rick Miske|
From: Orem, UT
Nov 10, 2007
Bottom was V-easy (touch bouldery). Last 10' two options - left crack, right face (mild exposure). TR from upper (left) anchors reached by trail, there's an anchor there to protect while setting QD's.
Jul 5, 2008
This route is best done from the lower anchors - but use a long runner so that there is no rope rub. This is definitely not a 5.6 - more like a 5.3. Every foot has a plethra of jugs. Great for taking a new person.
|By Jason Lane|
From: Provo, UT
Jul 29, 2008
Great for learning to trad climb.
|By Ammon Hatch|
May 12, 2009
Great to take a beginner on, or a beginner belayer whom you're not comfortable falling on yet. I used the anchors to the left to make it a bit longer.