There are 8 routes, all bolted, with chain anchors.
There is a set of chains on the top of the formation that allows you to rap in and set top ropes on routes 1 - 5. Continue up the gully on the left until the top of the wall is reached.
To get there:
2nd pullout, hike in and past Sweet Pain area and continue up the gully on the left of Hunter S. Thompson Dome. Look for the large pine tree on the right just past HSTD. All routes are on the sw facing wall.
10 Total Routes
['4 Stars',0],['3 Stars',0],['2 Stars',9],['1 Star',1],['Bomb',0]
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Latest Regional Forum Messages
May 28, 2011
Good addition to Red Rock. Nice work, Dan and Co. How does your grading compare to the Hamlet or Panty Wall?
|By dnoB ekiM|
May 30, 2011
Agreed! Excellent addition to the area. Destined to be right up there with Panty Wall, The Hamlet, Civilization Crag and the Magic Bus as a popular hang for those looking for easy sport routes. Fun little crag!!!
As far as the ratings, they seem consitent with the area (including the Hamlet). Left to Right: 7, 7, 6, 7, 7, 8, 10A, 9.
Jun 1, 2011
Great climbs. As it's new, be sure to watch for break-offs. We sent rock falling on every climb.
From: Las Vegas, nv
Jun 4, 2011
All good routes. The approach is somewhat of a bear. This may help keep the traffic down on this wall. Most of these routes may get a little harder as hold break off.
|By SexPanther aka Kiedis|
Jul 7, 2011
Dan is bringin' back sexy. Nice work, sir. Proof positive that a "moderate crag" doesn't have to be some gumby nightmare like some other new cliffs around here. Worth the walk. Still crunchy but fun.
|By Scott H.|
From: Sandy, UT
Nov 27, 2011
Great climbing area with several easier climbs and a good belay landing. A variety of sun and shade. The approach up the ravine can be a bit strenuous.
|By Josh Low|
Dec 14, 2011
This is a fun place. Very good spot if you want to hike a bit before you climb.
|By John Wilder|
From: Las Vegas, NV
Dec 18, 2011
a fine crag and my compliments to Mr Young for the addition to the second pullout. Do be mindful on the 5 routes on the left- they are still shedding rock- most especially up top. A helmet is probably a good idea.
The three routes on the right are really fun, aesthetic, and just good climbing, not to be missed.
Well worth the hike up there!
|By Andy Hansen|
From: Longmont, Colorado
Dec 28, 2011
If it hasn't been said before... a great addition to the Second Pullout! Wonderful climbing albeit a bit chossy at times. Should clean up very nicely.
Jan 6, 2012
It was fun with a nice walk. You could pick sun or shade. Great place to ease into sport climbing.
Jan 26, 2012
I was out at this climb twice last month. A very nice area with laid in routes. Good to warm up after a few months of down time. If it's your first time up there go past Sweet Pain and keep climbing up and up the wash another 7-10 minutes. You'll see a pine tree eventually on the right. There is your wall.
|By dirty son of a cinch|
From: las vegas, nv
May 9, 2012
a long walk-- but worth it. the first five climbs have their spots but slightly over rated
|By Tim Wolfe|
From: Salt Lake City, UT
Feb 28, 2013
This is a nice area that gets sun by 9 am in the winter. Good for warming up and getting used to red rock style climbing. All the routes are very generic without any particular memorable moves that will stick with you and differentiate the routes in your mind, but still a good area to get outside and get used to the rock. Approach is a cruise right up the gully past Sweet pain wall - maybe 15 minutes.