Where the Sidewalk Ends
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looking down from the top....
Great route, seems like a bit of an earth journey for a sport route - 160 feet of high quality steep pulling.
The route is overhanging but there are several breaks and ledges where you can get good rests.
The crux is near the top where you will definitely feel a pump.
Of all the routes here, this one also has the highest stone quality.
On the left side of the sidewalk buttress. Look for a LONG route upt the big buttress.
About 18-20 bolts to anchors at 160 feet. Bring lots of draws and a rap device. Trail a rope so you can rap off when you get to the anchors.
One rope wont reach! A 70 meter rope still won't even get you close.
By Bryson Slothower
Sep 7, 2006
I thinks it's like 23 or 24 bolts even.
a bit dirty in spots but great climbing. This was the first route I climbed at Ten Sleep. Quite the intro!
By Nick Stayner
From: Billings, MT
Oct 6, 2014
Very unique Tensleep experience. Quality climbing forever! Yes, some of the pockets are a bit dirty, but only because they are massive. Doesn't detract from the experience at all IMO. The "earth journey" comment in the route description here cracked us up!