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|In critical habitat area for the Desert Tortoise|
Start off moving right on jugs towards first bolt. After reaching the first bolt, begin upwards. Make a mildly scary big move off of an undercling to more big holds and jug haul to the short but powerful and crimpy crux at the 3rd or 4th bolt, pulling to the alcove full of fossilized poop flow. You'll know what I mean when you see it... Either climb into the alcove and rest or just follow the lip to the anchors.
FYI, crawling out of the alcove to reach the anchors is a bit spooky. But the rest stance is sooo nice.
If anyone knows the FA, the actual length, or any other good bits of info, let me know.
The short line in the back of the obvious cave at the middle of the wall.
4 or 5 bolts. 2 Rap bolt anchors.
It'd be smart to stick clip the first bolt.
|By Kenny Clark|
From: State College, PA
Apr 1, 2011
Goss says it's 40' long.
|By Sam Perkins|
From: Rexburg, ID
Apr 4, 2011
Hey, thanks a lot, got it updated.
From: Sandy, UT
Dec 1, 2013
The hold at the top of the crux--the clipping hold for the fourth bolt that allows you to gain access to the alcove/poop-container--broke off in my hand today. In it's place are a couple of find cut gastons. This route is now harder than it was before.