Very short and powerful route, though it's pretty sweet! Crux is basically from the 4th move until after sticking the hold just above the first bolt. After that, it's just fun, easier movement to the chains. May be flooded right underneath during the early summer.
Second route from the right. Bolts and chains are new and shiny.
3 bolts, chains w/ biners
- Meant to be stick clipped because of the low crux, but can easily be done safely stick clipless with just a crash pad to protect before the first bolt.*
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|By Jaren Watson|
From: Rexburg, Idaho
Jun 21, 2012
|By Jacob B.|
Jun 22, 2012
Having never climbed (or even seen) this route, I would say the crux is actually the fun easier movement to the chains. Just my personal opinion though.
|By Sam Miller|
From: salt lake city, UT
Aug 17, 2012
Looks crazy hard! Really .13a? beta? lol
|By Sam Perkins|
From: Rexburg, ID
Aug 30, 2012
To Mr. Miller, I really don't know if it's 13a or not, haha. It needs a consensus! I just had to work it for a while (amongst the many broken foot chips) and I would by no means consider myself a 13 climber. As far as beta goes... That's a toughy. I could really only give beta if I were there looking at it