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The name leaves little to the imagination, this is essentially the far left extension of the well-known Way Rambo. While Way Rambo is deservedly one of the more popular walls in the Creek, its not-so-distant neighbor languishes in relative obscurity. Left Rambo may lack the jaw-dropping lines that account for much of Way Rambo's popularity, but it is home to around 15 routes (many of which are quite good) and is well worth a visit.
While Bloom recommends hiking along the old ranch road past the Way Rambo and directly up to the Left Rambo, there is no trail up to the cliff and it's a typical Creek steep talus slope. Having gone both up and down directly, I would highly suggest taking the well-built trail to Way Rambo and simply continuing along the cliff. There is no path between the leftmost routes on Way Rambo and the Left Rambo, but it's only 5-10 minutes of pretty straightforward base-walking, and could easily develop a path with a bit more activity.
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Mountain Project's determination of some of the classic, most popular, highest rated routes for Left Rambo:
Bloodsport 5.11 6c+ 23 VIII- E4 5c Trad, 120'
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Bloodsport 5.11 6c+ 23 VIII- E4 5c UT : Moab Area : ... : Left Rambo
A wild and stunning line up the splitter system that cleaves the massive rectangular pillar which stands out from the far left prow of the wall, where the west face wraps around to the north. Something of an anomaly for the Creek, this thing offers 4 roofs/bulges and several corner changes; lowering from the anchor deposits you out 5-10 feet from the base. It also throws every size from blue TCU to new #5 camalot, with the majority being hands and cups. Definitely a burly outing ...[more] Browse More Classics in UT
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