Start up left of the first bolt on a relatively smooth, black-colored section of rock, using good feet, an undercling pocket, and a reachy move or two. Continue straight up past the first bolt on good edges for both hands and feet.
After the third bolt is a slightly trickier section, but good holds are available. Finally, trend a bit right to the anchors (for the full value, climb over the little bulge directly below the anchors rather than going around the bulge on the left).
Starts up a prominent black area of rock; the middle of the three bolted routes.
Worthwhile route. Rather straightforward, fun climbing on good edges. Sweet rock and some really cool holds.
By Nich Cloward From: American Fork Aug 21, 2009 rating: 5.85b16VI-15HVS 4c
Fun easy wall. I think someone has the ratings backwords for this and the one to the left. This felt more like the 5.7 and Aqeous felt like a 5.8 at least. Good ledges, positive holds and a small bat cave towards the top.
Really fun route with a tricky start. Good rest on a big ledge in the middle before a strong finish. I had a beginning lead climber set this one after I put in the first clip. The route is well protected. Although some of the bolts may seem drawn out, that is just because of the ease of the climbing.
Getting off the ground wasn't a problem, but the next two moves up to the first bolt and onward were tricky. Maybe it is just our height (we're all 5'8" and shorter)? I'm inclined to think that some holds have broken off, partially because as I was going for the first bolt, my left hand hold ripped off the wall. There were some other loose stuff on the way up that we cleaned, before it started pouring on us and we scampered home.