|The Moore Wall
If this looks a little intimidating, it is, but its nothing a little Tequila won't take care of...
Climb a small and thin, broken crack system up and left towards a large roof. Aim for the middle of the roof and clip a bolt. Power, and I mean POWER through this crux to a steep and sequential face, save some juice for the tricky finish. Continuously steep and rather sustained, hop on this when you're fresh and feeling it. Agava Tequila optional, but recommended.
Long and out there.
On the right side of the Moore Wall, Tequila is the middle line marked by a bolt that climbs the middle face to the right/center of the roof.
Bring a selection of mirco nuts and small cams/tcus and expect about 6 or seven bolts.
|By Mark SLC|
From: Salt Lake City, UT
Jul 7, 2014
rating: 5.12b 7b 26 VIII+ 26 E5 6b
Great route. One of the better 12s up there for sure. Easy ground and gear to roof. Doubles blue to orange metolius max. Nuts unnecessary unless that's your preference.