Bits and Pieces, Red Arch Mountain IV 5.11
Zion National Park, Utah, USA
Avg time to climb route: 1 day
Approach time: 30 minutes
Descent time: 1.5 hours
Number of pitches: 8
Height of route: 900' route, 1100' total
OverviewFA: Dave Jones, Jon Gleason, and Phil Gleason 4/13-14/1994.FFA: Doug Byerly and Brad Quinn, 9/95 (2nd ascent).
Bits and Pieces follows the top-to-bottom crack system on the right edge of the wall. Start in a short wide crack just right of a small tower formation. This climb gets mixed reviews, some like it, some don’t. My partner and I found it to be quite enjoyable with excellent climbing all the way up the wall. If you don’t plan hiking to the summit of the peak, the final slab pitch isn’t worth it.
Rack: 2 ea .5-4”, 1 ea 4.5”, 6”optional but nice, medium-large nuts, 2 ropes.
Descent: rappel the route.
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