This is the line just right of Flying Dutchman. Some forestry managment skills come in handy.
not really sure...take it all!
|By Colby Wayment|
From: Ogden, UT
May 31, 2010
With the exception of Flying Dutchman, this is the best route on the wall. Liebacking those thin flakes at 5.7 is cool. I can't think of many 5.7 better than the middle section. Unfortunately, it feels a little shortlived. The chimney at the bottom is casual. I think easier than the 5.6 chimney after the trough on standard thumb. As for the rack, take an assortment up to #3 camalot with extra 1" to 2" sized pieces. Lotsa slings. Climbing past the trees is not bothersome at all.
|By Stan Pitcher|
From: SLC, UT
Nov 12, 2011
The trees come in handy, as did a 3.5 and 4 camalot for the awkward grovel at the start. One big cam may be sufficient but I don't think a three would of worked for me.
|By Sam Cannon|
From: Holladay, Utah
Sep 4, 2013
rating: 5.8 5b 16 VI- 15 HVS 4c
This route should be done more often. It would definitely benefit from a bit more traffic, but is in stellar shape as is. You'll be glad the trees are there, and at one point my partner was stemming between two tree trunks. Classic!