Start on a pillar then traverse a short ways to the right around a bulge. The holds are big but the moves are a bit awkward.
This route is directly in front of those crossing the bridge. It can also be identified by the small lean-to type cover across the trail that is nice for those not doing anything.
4 bolts lead to sport anchors
From: Boulder, CO
Nov 25, 2012
A technical and reachy route. Usually when I lead a 5.8, I expect something fun, this was a thinker. I found myself sitting a comfy spot, trying to figure out what to do next. Overall, a good route, perhaps a little too technical to not frustrate a new climber. Perhaps fascinating to someone who has bouldering problem experience but not climbing.
|By Gordon Larsen|
From: St. George, Utah
Mar 2, 2013
The route has been extended upward about 17 feet to new "sport anchors". This bumps the difficulty up to 9+ or 5.10 in my opinion. Still one of the few moderate routes on this wall.
A good line to do to set up a toprope for the route to the right called "Somnambulance".