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Kirk Miller doing it wild turkey style.
Photo by J...
Pull the bouldery start to the first clip and reach left to a huge bucket for the second clip. Follow the seam on the left or cut right to layback cool side pulls, wild turkey style.
See the topo photo.
11 bolts to chain & ring anchor.
BETA PHOTO: Ryan Malarky setting up for the second clip on Tur...
Josh coming out of the cave on Turkey Jerky.
|By Darren Mabe|
From: Flagstaff, AZ
Sep 2, 2008
First half is 3 stars, second half maybe one. Terrific, leaning crack moves on the crux.
|By Ron Olsen|
From: Boulder, CO
Sep 15, 2008
Solid 5.10 getting off the ground; have a spotter or stick-clip the first bolt. Pumpy and sustained crux comes just above. The top half of the route is easier, but still no gimme. Very fun climbing!
Sep 17, 2008
I thought this was pretty hard. The seam has some sustained pumpy moves with a tricky crux clip. Nearly my favorite on the wall second only to Walking With a Ghost.
|By Jay Eggleston|
Jun 10, 2009
One of the two best 5.10's on the wall. Batso Canal gets my other vote.
|By Ben Cassedy|
From: Denver, CO
Aug 9, 2010
Good variety of moves. Cool holds and moves in the crack section - kind of like the Perfect Ten at Table Mtn but goes in the opposite direction (I mean no disrespect with the comparison to Table Mtn). One of the best on the wall.
Aug 9, 2011
Really cool route. Fun start with a lot of enjoyable climbing up high, including a section where the rock is almost like basalt. The rock quality is really good, especially considering that parts of the upper section look like they are big, detached pillars.
|By Count Chockula|
From: Littleton, CO
Aug 19, 2011
Love the start of this route. I climbed up the leaning crack left of the clips at the crux, and it is quite balancy through there making it tough to clip the bolt. Took me a couple minutes to find a good stance. I ended up laying back off my left foot and left hand on a good sidepull while flagging my right foot on the face to make the clip. This felt much more secure than using the holds above in the flaring crack. After that, it was cruiser climbing to the anchors on jugs.