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When You’re Feeling Sinister 

YDS: 5.11d French: 7a Ewbanks: 24 UIAA: VIII British: E5 6a

   
Type:  Sport, 1 pitch, 50'
Consensus:  YDS: 5.11d French: 7a Ewbanks: 24 UIAA: VIII British: E5 6a [details]
FA: Bill Boyle
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Submitted By: Perin Blanchard on Nov 20, 2009
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Description 

A fun line on fairly good rock. Starts up with small edges on solid quartzite that is a little less than vertical and continues through overhanging steepness with small to medium handholds and the occasional jug. Pumpy through the overhanging bit, then eases up near the top.


Location 

Right of the “cave”; second bolted line from the right, ignoring Oscar the Grouch which is quite a bit farther right.


Protection 

9 bolts, chain anchors.



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By KipHenrie
From: centerville, utah
Nov 30, 2009

This is a good continuous line that is longer than its neighbors. The lower part overhangs with a fun right hand side pull move. The upper part is just cool because the rock is peculiar but solid.

By Mark Lewis
From: Salt Lake City, Utah
Mar 12, 2013
rating: 5.11c/d 7a 24 VIII E4 6a

Fun route, pumpy too! Box Elder bugs all over the place, especially interesting were some of their 'nests' where tons of them were squished into some tiny cracks. Be on the look out for Yellow Jackets as well, I saw around a dozen languishing in the shady cracks/fissures of the rock. They were fairly lethargic due to the temps, so they didn't get riled up, but it would be easy to get stung while pawing around for handholds.