A fun, slabby route that begins towards the right side of the main wall. Best identified as the only (easyish) looking start to any of the climbs on the right side. The first bolt is fairly high off the ground. After clipping the first bolt, follow the lines of bolts up and left to the anchors. You'll pass a few slabby cruxes on the way. None of the regional guides give this route any stars, but my partner and I found it quite fun.
Bolts to bolted anchor. Take care getting to the first bolt.
|By Stan Pitcher|
From: SLC, UT
Aug 12, 2013
It seems there are maybe two ways to do start this climb. The left way is definitely harder than 10b and even after they join, I was mystified with how to do the upper crux. Classic teton sandbag!