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BETA PHOTO: Minienticer (5.9), Minimum Wall. A fun route!
Start just left of a deep chimney on a dark face. Climb easy 5th class past a couple bolts to a long face that gets steeper about 2/3 the way up. Climb past the steep section (crux) and finish at two bolts. Climbers with good footwork won't get that warmed up on this route...if you are climbing the 12's around the corner that is. However, an excellent and long route on its own.
On the right side of the Minimum, uphill from Afterglow
Many bolts (12-14 maybe?) to anchors with biners on them, but I'd bring two draws as backup - many biners at Maple are quite worn.
From: centerville, utah
Nov 9, 2007
This is a must do for the beginner climber. really long with a nice ride off the top. a very unique climb that hugs the arette.
From: West Jordan, UT
May 30, 2008
Anchor now sports three chains, but do note that it is not particularly easy to clean this route on rappel. 12 bolts.
From: Sandy, UT
Jul 6, 2009
This is a very fun route that will test your endurance at the end. Most clips will be made with left hand, so expect your right arm to get very pumped. Keep in mind that cobbles can pull at any time on any of the routes in the area. I pulled a cobble before clipping the first bolt. I made a pretty good landing after falling roughly 10 feet to the down slope. Unfortunately, another group's crag dog got spooked and nipped my leg, adding insult to injury.
From: Morrison, Co
Sep 2, 2009
pumpiest 5.9 ever
|By Greg Taylor|
Jun 14, 2010
Maybe I stared in the wrong place or more likely there is a new(er) route between the steep face and Minienticer because the bottom 20-30 feet was really sandy with enough loose rock to make it exciting. I started on the face left of the arete in the picture, the first bolt was just out of reach from the ground and went up the face through the dark streak seen in the upper left of the beta photo to chain anchors. Also this took 16 draws, plus two for the chains. Some long draws for the lower portion would be good to avoid a lot of rope drag.
|By Jason Stevens|
From: Ephraim, UT
Jul 31, 2010
Crazy cool right-hand pumper!
May 29, 2011
my favorite 5.9 climb in the canyon...didnt think it was too pumpy due to the good rest spots, really cool exposure
|By John Wilder|
From: Las Vegas, NV
Sep 5, 2011
FYI- don't use the left hand of the three anchor bolts, its pulling out of the rock. Its not wiggling, so it may be good, but a good chunk of the bolt is visible. Better to use the middle and right hand bolts for TR'ing.