Skinny Len Crimps
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Kip Henrie making the third clip on Skinny Len Cri...
Fun route that initially wanders a bit right of the bolt line. Cool horizontal features typical of Ferguson's.
Bolt line rising from the creek immediately right of the crack Mission Impossible on the left side of the north face of the Cathedral.
new route beta per the comment below
Eric crimping on the good stuff.
heading for 2nd bolt
|Comments on Skinny Len Crimps
|By Scott Keller|
Sep 27, 2007
This was put up by Scott Keller and Jake Anderegg (1994-ish?). Contrary to the guidebook, it goes straight up to the chains, as opposed to moving left into the corner. Originally, this was a runout but I added 1 bolt here in 2002.
|By Drew Bedford|
From: Wasatch Back, UT
Aug 24, 2008
Fun route. Taking the path of least resistance it is fairly graded. I went slightly right between the first and second bolts. To go direct would be very hard and carry dangerous deck potential. Go straight up to triple chain anchors.
Aug 7, 2009
One of my favorites. The route goes a bit right of the first two bolts.
From: Salt Lake City, UT
Sep 28, 2009
Good fun must-do route. I also stayed slightly right between the first couple bolts.. Which seemed like the natural way. But if you want to get to the third clip, you'll have to bust out onto the crimpy face at some point. I wouldn't of wanted to of blown that third clip either...
From: Centerville, UT
Jul 21, 2010
A surprising amount of variety for such a short route.
|By Sam Miller|
From: salt lake city, UT
Jul 15, 2012
This is a pretty good route. I did twice. Once, using all available holds and wandering a bit to the right (fairly .11a). Then I did it straight up, using only the crimps directly below the bolts (no jugs off to the side). That made it significantly harder (maybe .12a).