Climb up the center of the slab past five fixed anchors to a bolted belay. It looks thin but the low angle makes it possible.
Located about 60 feet left of Baby Blue just left of a deep sandy recess. It starts behind some bushes up a large fin like protrusion. The route climbs up the slab in the middle of the fin.
|By Skyler Penrod|
Jul 8, 2008
This was my first lead climb. My buddies didn't know that and it was a little nerve racking, but it is a fun climb and I think not a bad intro to smearing on sandstone.
Apr 10, 2010
Great at night.
|By Cody Drool|
From: Tahoe Vista, CA
May 21, 2011
Called Snake Slab in the new Moab guide . Super fun climb but strong for an 8. Pretty positive holds going to first bolt, leading to a slabby finish. Apparently I made it harder by working the side of the arrete, missing a face move that unlocked it [somewhere by the 2nd bolt]. Highish first bolt and classic sand stone moves make this a great Moab route.
|By Stan Pitcher|
From: SLC, UT
Oct 22, 2012
There is a good large to medium nut placement on the below and left of the first bolt. Put a long sling on it to minimize rope drag above.
Sep 25, 2013
Pretty fun, I had a little sketchy start, but it was alright. It's a great practice for footwork.
|By ben jammin|
From: Moab, UT
Oct 3, 2013
I thought this was called 'Snake Slab'. Not too bad, actually.