The Mosh Wall has 5 documented routes from 5.6-10a. Most of them have bolt protection, but you need a light rack for the cracks between the bolts. The slabs are a good choice for a moderate leader or for those cold winter mornings.
P. Mosh Wall is located 4.4 miles from the mouth of the canyon. It is directly across from the Sentinel. Park on a small pullout on the left and follow a good trail directly across the parking lot. The southwest-facing slabs of the Mosh Wall are found after a 10 minute hike.
Dixie climbs an enjoyable clean slab up the center of the wall. Six bolts and a pin leads to a two bolt anchor. A TCU is useful to back up the old pin, but the moves above it are easy....[more]Browse More Classics in CO
I was wondering - thanks for the detail. Best we had come up with was Pit Mosh. The climbs here are nice little slabs - better than they looked at first. Good find. Also a little more challenging than I expected at the grade, but that's not a bad thing.