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A steep, mostly juggy route with a hidden pocket.
The start is fairly intimidating because the landing in case of a fall before the first bolt isn't great. However, the holds are there, so fear not...
After clipping the first bolt and breathing easier, start up a slightly-overhanging section that will cause you to wonder how in the world this can be 5.8. You'll wonder, that is, until you figure things out and then you'll just think it's a huge pile-o'-fun.
Continue through a less-steep section, and then find your way through the ever-steepening bit to the anchors.
6 bolts, ring anchors.
When first approaching the wall, there are three bolted lines visible to the left of a small tree. This line is the right-most of the three lines.
Right at the base is a sawn-off stump.
Nearing the top of Jugular.
climbing the "jugular" on the hidden wall in rock ...
Moving pass the first clip, don't fall you'll land...
|By Andy VanHouten|
From: Park City, UT
May 21, 2008
fun route for a warm up before getting on the .9 or the two 10's to the left. Good jugs and pockets, just gotta look for them.
|By Christian "crisco" Burrell|
From: PG, Utah
Jan 1, 2009
Drop the packs here for your warm-up! One tricky part near the start then cruse!
|By steve edwards|
From: SLC, UT
May 31, 2009
Very interesting route for the grade. Super fun. If the thing was 45 degrees overhung it would be an absolute classic.
Jul 13, 2009
all about foot placement and kepping moving
|By Christopher Sorensen|
From: Provo, UT
Jul 16, 2009
rating: 5.8+ 5b 16 VI- HVS 4c
Fun route, seems to go from jug to slope to jug, making for interesting climbing and sometimes unexpected moments. The holds are there, but they can be tricky to find. Overall, a lot of fun.
|By Jon Bitter|
From: Waco, Tx
Jun 4, 2010
I thought the holds were pretty obvious except for the single kind of tricky part at the bottom.
|By Dylan Gene|
From: Napa, CA
Jun 22, 2010
rating: 5.8 5b 16 VI- HVS 4c
Huge holds, lots of fun. I remember one hold was quite a stretch for me, I think it was between the second and third bolt.