Login with Facebook
 ADVANCED
Division Wall
Routes Sorted
L to R R to L Alpha
39 S 
Abyss, The S 
Atheist, The S 
Baghdad S 
Black Hole S 
Blurred Vision S 
Deep End S 
Division S 
Isotoner Moaner S 
Les is More S 
Liquid Oxygen S 
Litmus Test S 
Multiplication T 
Nowhere to Go S 
Physical Therapy S 
Pocket Change S 
Quicklime Girl S 
Remote Control S 
Running Woman S 
Rush Hour S 
Secret Weapon S 
Shallow Beginning S 
Shark Club S 
Struggling Man S 
Teenagers in Heat S 
Total Recall S 

Litmus Test 

YDS: 5.11c French: 6c+ Ewbanks: 24 UIAA: VIII- ZA: 24 British: E4 6a

   
Type:  Sport, 1 pitch, 70'
Consensus:  YDS: 5.11c French: 6c+ Ewbanks: 24 UIAA: VIII- ZA: 24 British: E4 6a [details]
FA: 
Page Views: 1,464
Submitted By: Alec on Oct 14, 2007

You & This Route  |  Other Opinions (56)
Your todo list:
Your stars:
Your rating: -none- [change]
Your ticklist: [add new tick]
Your opinion of this PAGE:    [0 people like this page.]
Litmus Test

Located in a National Forest Fee Area MORE INFO >>>

Description 

Solid 5.10 climbing directly up the face gives way to a nice resting stance. Shake out, and pull a series of gnarly moves to get over the left part of the well-protected roof.

Protection 

7 bolts and a 2-bolt chained anchor

Location 

On the north face of Division, just to the right of Physical Therapy and Teenagers in Heat. The first bolted line right of the tree.


Photos of Litmus Test Slideshow Add Photo
Scoping the roof, on the redpoint.
Scoping the roof, on the redpoint.

Comments on Litmus Test Add Comment
Show which comments
By KipHenrie
From: centerville, utah
Nov 11, 2007
rating: 5.11c 6c+ 24 VIII- 24 E4 6a

2 distinct sections. the first section goes 11a, then you get a rest then get psyched pulling the roof. commit to crimpers and try to find some good feet - its a nice boulder problem. exhilerating. you can breath at the top.
By WasatchChic
From: Salt Lake, Utah
Aug 6, 2008

Good first 11c as there is one small crux section.
By Ryan Stott
From: Salt Lake City, UT
Jul 26, 2011

Very fun climb on a beautiful line. Committing to small crimps at the roof is the trick, until you can find decent feet.
By Christian "crisco" Burrell
From: PG, Utah
Apr 19, 2013

Ryan is right. If you find the feet right for the roof moves it's not that bad. Psyched to onsite this baby back in the day.