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Start by climbing the widely spaced pockets up the tan rock toward a small shelf. The beginning can feel a bit scary the first time up, since the climbing goes back and forth a bit and there isn't a ton of bolts. At around bolt #4 or so, the good pockets give way to small edges that lead up to the bomber black rock that has the route's crimper crux and the exciting finish.
The last four bolts of this route are amazing (in my humble opinion). This was the last route I put in before moving to Salt Lake, hence the name.
This route climbs up the center of the "Little Big Man Wall" (I don't know if people are calling it that. I think it's fitting). This wall flanks the main Indian Wars wall to the left.
8 bolts, open cold shut anchors