At the center of the wall – the third route from the left. A classic line on big holds out an increasingly steep wall. The crux hits you at the last moves. See if you can find the no hands rest.
Center of wall, third route from left.
7 or 8 bolts plus chains. Lower off or rappel.
|By Mr. Hummus|
From: SLC, Utah
Jul 25, 2012
Great route. In fact, all four of the routes are really good. We came over from the Millstone as a storm rolled in, and we were able to climb all the routes even though there was a light rain. Nice and overhung.
Loved the no hands rest!
|By John Steiger|
Sep 6, 2012
Um, no hands rest? There is a large loose-appearing flake that one could wrap a leg around and drop hands, but I didn't want to commit my 180lbs to it. I like my belayer.
|By Tim Wolfe|
From: Salt Lake City, UT
Jan 3, 2013
I can't remember where the rest is - I do not think it is that flake. There is some tricky knee lock near the top. However, 17 years ago I tried to remove that flake with a car jack because I thought it was dangerous also - and it was SOLID then - it did not budge. Not sure if the ensuring years have loosened it much but you don't need it anyhow.