The farthest right route (left of Cub Scout Corner). After the 2nd bolt you can go straight up for a 5.9 or veer to the right for a 5.8 experience. Fun climb and a good first time lead. Late afternoon during the summer finds the climb in shade - still warm, but not too hot (although the rock retains a lot of heat, so don't forget your chalk!)
Easy to find as it is the first bolted route on 9th street on the left as you look at the wall.
3 bolts plus Chains
|By Cory Callister|
From: Ogden, Utah
Oct 3, 2010
rating: 5.8+ 5b 16 VI- 15 HVS 4c
The grade on this route is accurate, and a lead fall would probably not be too devistating, but due to the run out after the 3rd bolt, I wouldn't reccomend this to a new leader.