On the left side of the wall is this attractive splitter. Pretty much thin hands all the way, with extra thin hands finishing to the chains. It is possible to stem most the route off the crack to the right, but the business at the end is still hard, tight hands. Watch out for the loose chockstones to the right... there are death blocks waiting to fall on the belayer. Also be careful pulling your ropes, we managed to get one stuck on a death block but fortunately someone else was planning on leading the route again.
#1 and #2 Camalots. A #3 and/or #3.5 work will at the start.
the crux begins
and goes all the way to the end
Sarah Selling onsights Soul Fire.
Nearing the top out and also crux on Soul Fire, gr...
Soul Fire plaque, still in one piece
|By Sarah Kate|
From: Seattle, WA
May 5, 2009
LADIES: This is your climb. Perfect hands, perfect feet. Bring as many #1 camalots as you can get your hands on.
From: Flagstaff AZ
Jun 29, 2009
FA by David Bloom 2002
|By Kevin Gillest|
From: Arvada, CO
Apr 29, 2011
We climbed Soul Fire today, nothing but BD .75 and 1, maybe a 3 before leaving the corner and starting up the splitter, but not really needed.
Great route, 3 stars
|By Suzy Stoke|
From: Salt Lake City, UT
Apr 7, 2014
Perfect #1 pro, and one of my favorite climbs at the Creek!