|Green Stash Wall
|Please respect this beautiful area. Stay on established trails and do not trample any vegetation|
This is a long one. Make sure you have at least a 60M and watch the ends. Its a full rope lengh.
Last route on the left side of the wall.
12 bolts to the chains.
Steve Miller cleaning The Kind
|By Derek Newman|
From: Holladay, UT
Aug 1, 2009
This is one of my favorite climbs. I love the consistency in difficulty and the broad range of technique. The lie-back in the beginning is solid, the middle is really thin and requires thorough balancing, and the ending consists of rocking jugs and powerful moves. I can't help but smile for the rest of the day after I have climbed this route.
|By Alan Avedovech|
From: Salt Lake City, Utah
Aug 29, 2010
Easy 5.10a but fun lead with lots of different moves. Loved the crack in the beginning!
|By Mike Marmar|
Jul 28, 2014
rating: 5.9 5c 17 VI 17 HVS 5a
This is a great consistent route on high quality rock. For some added excitement try leading on gear. You might find you have to clip a bolt or two around the crux to avoid an R/X runout, but it's mostly well protected. Hand sizes for the bottom crack, and micros in horizontals for the top.