The P. Heist Rockway to Heaven

This route is located in the Muir Valley at Bruisebrothers Wall

Get on the Good Foot


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Put the Best Foot Forward 5.8- (Mixed) ***

First Ascent: J.J., Rick Weber in 2004
Length: 55ft
Bolts/Gear: 2/Small to large (report bad bolts/anchors)

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This route is a variation finish to Get on the Good Foot. Climb GOTGF until it is possible to step up and left to the bolted face. Follow two bolts up the juggy slab to top-rope anchors just below the ledge.
Descent: Rap from anchors.
Stays Dry: Stays dry
Owner: Muir Valley
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Submitted by: Troy_H
Date: Jun 29th, 2018

Submitted by: Anonymous
Date: Apr 25th, 2014

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1
weber said on October 26th, 2004
This is a great route for trad newbies, as the stances are solid while putting in pro.
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Anonymous said on May 16th, 2005
5.6
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drytool said on June 5th, 2005
5.8-???? If this route were at Fortress it would be a 5.5
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TIT said on June 6th, 2005
fun mixed route, but look out for the loose rock and flake about 1/3 of the way up, step lightly or you might launch a flying friend down at your belayer!! great climb for the intermediate trad leader....
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tamara said on July 12th, 2005
5.6
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pigsteak said on May 8th, 2006
excellent line...great for learning gear. a bit over rated at 5.8.
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ynot said on July 25th, 2006
Whiney butts. The crux is at the first bolt It's easy 8.
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heacocis said on March 27th, 2007
I was letting a friend 'mock lead' the route while on tr, and he sunk a cam way too deep. I spent a long time trying to free it, but with no luck. So, there is a cam about haflway up for anyone who can get it out!
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anticlmber said on June 5th, 2007
good first gear lead????? as long as they are competent climbers. some of the gear is good but spaced out a bit. don't know if i would trust the sandy flake too much. at least you don't have to wait in line to lead it.
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Meringue said on March 7th, 2008
This is more like a 5.6 if leading trad. On TR there are a couple variation routes, one of which ascends an overhanging bulge to a dirty ledge left of where you would climb lead. Nice technical foot work found there. That might make it a 9. I've soloed more difficult stuff backpacking out west.
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Buzz said on April 6th, 2008
Fun route. Sketchy rocks in a few places.