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Cody on syllogism from the picnic area.
A Convenient Classic
Stellar. The crux is the first huge roof- a big reach for a shallow two finger pocket from below on good holds. Now crank on through. The route offers many powerful and engaging sequences as one climbs through successive roofs. Well placed bolts, and awesome movement should be expected. Although it is peppered with some incredible jugs, it is hardly a jug-haul. The final move over the last roof is just waiting to make you its bitch on your onsight attempt.
Located on the obvious overhanging wall just down-canyon from the Grey Cliffs picnic parking area-the wall is just above the picnic tables and visible from the road. A short uphill approach with some ledge scrambling lands you at the base. The route is the 3rd route from the left, and tackles the center of the big low roof.
Bolts- commonly with fixed draws. Anchor at the top.
From: SL UT
Apr 18, 2013
An example of a syllogism is: “All men are human; all humans are mortal; therefore all men are mortal.”
How clever Agent Boyle, Agent Speed.