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A tricky start with loose, blocky feet leads to some dirty, lichen-dusted holds you wish were just a little more positive.
A rest at the wide ledge is followed by some stemming trickery up a short, shallow dihedral to a spot just before the final steep section.
Small, technical holds with perplexing feet lead over the top.
Ninth from the left. There are two (presumably) abortive lines to this line's right, each with a pulled first bolt, and one more line that starts just left of the wide, dirty-looking chimney.
9 bolts, anchors.
|Comments on Maxwell House
From: centerville, utah
Apr 10, 2012
The last 2-3 bolts is an eye opening bit of business.
|By Darren Knezek|
Apr 25, 2013
Sweet black rock "that's good to the last drop."
|By Brennan Crellin|
From: Cedar Hills, UT
Jun 26, 2013
rating: 5.11c 6c+ 24 VIII- E4 6a
First half is significantly below grade. The diagonal across that final face is what you get on this route for!