Login with Facebook
 ADVANCED
Acid Test at Paynes Ford


Member Since: Apr 29, 2010
Last Visit: Jul 8, 2014
Contact CJ Coccia


Point Rank: # 5,358
Total Points: 67
Last Year: 15
Last 30 Days: 0
0 Compliments
How do you get points?
Areas = 15
Routes = 10
Photos = 5
Page Improvements = 3
Comments = 1



Where has CJ Coccia been climbing?










Contributions


All 121 | Routes | Areas | Photos 10 | Page Improvements | Comments 17 | Posts 74 | Stars 12 | Ratings 8
Page 1 of 5.  1  2  3  4  5   Next>   Last>>

Contributed Photos

Photo Caption Location Date
Trad Draws 3 <br />

Trad Draws 3

CJ Coccia : Trad Draws

Sep 23, 2013

Trad Draws 2

Trad Draws 2

CJ Coccia : Trad Draws

Sep 23, 2013

Trad Draws 1

Trad Draws 1

CJ Coccia : Trad Draws

Sep 23, 2013

Acid Test at Paynes Ford

Acid Test at Paynes Ford

CJ Coccia : things

Feb 6, 2011

Mount Royal from the parking lot. The headwall is filled with fun variations!

Mount Royal from the parking lot. The headwall is filled with fun variations!

CO : 10 Mile Canyon : ... : Royal Flush (5.9)

Aug 15, 2010

top of the blob

top of the blob

CJ Coccia : things

Jul 22, 2010

Loose rock section...be careful.

Loose rock section...be careful.

CO : Boulder Canyon : ... : Twin Cracks Right (5.9-)

May 28, 2010

Loose section...be careful.

Loose section...be careful.

CO : Boulder Canyon : ... : Twin Cracks Left (5.9+)

May 28, 2010

loose section to watch out for!

loose section to watch out for!

CO : Boulder Canyon : ... : Twin Peaks (5.10)

May 28, 2010

thin crack route to the right side of the tree

thin crack route to the right side of the tree

UT : Moab Area : ... : School Room Slabs (5.5)

May 19, 2010

Contributed Comments

 

Location: CO : Boulder : Flatirons : South : Seal Rock : East Face North Side/Seal R... (5.4)
By: CJ Coccia When: May 27, 2012

view comment >>
Comments: Climbed the route today swapping leads with Adam K. Overall, it is a great route and an incredible intro to multi-fun for the newer of the new. Completely running out a 70m to its end gave us the ability to do the route in 4 pitches (with the last pitch being all of 20 feet).

As far as gear is concerned, I found this to be much more accepting than a typical Flatirons route, there are placements where you may want them to be for the first two pitches and the third pitch (the crack pitch) eats u... more >>


Location: CO : Boulder : Flatirons : North : Second Flatiron : Freeway (5.0)
By: CJ Coccia When: May 10, 2012

view comment >>
Comments: Did this for my first solo on Wednesday! Great route with some fun moves. I ended getting a bit off route in a few sections and had to make some 5.5/5.6 ish moves which I wasn't too proud of for a first solo. For first timers, my suggestion is to fight the tendency to want to move right. Ended up missing the jump and came out just right of it. Watch out for false summits, and make sure to be more to the left towards the summit or you will get stuck in a corner about 10-15 feet above the trail th... more >>


Location: CO : Boulder : Flatirons : Central : Hammerhead
By: CJ Coccia When: Nov 7, 2010

view comment >>
Comments: I tried to find the start of east ridge today, but I couldn't seem to find it. My understanding is you take the Royal Arch trail past Sentinel Path and start to move west once you get towards Woods Quarry trail. My problem was I never figured out where Woods Quarry trail was and didn't see the unmarked post that is supposed to be around there. Any suggestions?


Location: CO : Boulder : Boulder Canyon : Avalon : Second Tier : ... : Photo
By: CJ Coccia When: Nov 2, 2010

view comment >>
Comments: Wow, a buddy and I have been working on this route (he nailed it last Sunday), and we were approaching this move very differently. Holding the rail and high-stepping the left foot on the lower piece of the rail then working up to the little lip. Wondering if this works out better? =)


Location: CO : Boulder : Boulder Canyon : Avalon : Second Tier : ... : Strange Science (5.11c)
By: CJ Coccia When: Oct 24, 2010

view comment >>
Comments: Tried it for the first time today. Fell 3 times amongst the 4th and 5th bolts. Super fun line that is well protected...here you can really focus on the moves. This route was really fun, and I will definitely be there time and time again to get it straight!


Location: Chris Plesko : Alpine : Photo
By: CJ Coccia When: Sep 8, 2010

view comment >>
Comments: awesome pictures! looks amazing, ill throw this into my todo list.


Location: CO : 10 Mile Canyon : Mount Royal (near Frisco) : Royal Flush (5.9)
By: CJ Coccia When: Aug 15, 2010

view comment >>
Comments: Chris pretty much said it all! The routes are super fun (especially on the steeper headwall) and the variations are nice. There are some slab type faces that are runout a bit, but it is easier climbing. All the cruxes are well protected (much appreciated!). Thanks to Tim and Peter for all their hard work!


Location: CO : Boulder : Boulder Canyon : Blob Rock Area : East Blob : ... : Photo
By: CJ Coccia When: Aug 2, 2010

view comment >>
Comments: Heel hooker on this one was fun!


Location: CO : Boulder : Flatirons : North : Third Flatiron : East Face (Standard) (5.4)
By: CJ Coccia When: Jul 30, 2010

view comment >>
Comments: Chris, I support 3 pitches with the 80m! Easy climb but definitely a super fun one if you're in the area! Using a 70m the rappel was done with plenty of excess with only 2 runs. If you feel like having a fun time and enjoying a great view, then do this route!


Location: CO : Boulder : Boulder Canyon : Blob Rock Area : East Blob : ... : The Young and the Rackless (5.9)
By: CJ Coccia When: Jul 22, 2010

view comment >>
Comments: Just climbed today. I'd agree with many others in that pitches 1-3 involve pretty simple climbing with a hard move thrown in every once in a while. The crux on pitch 2 was a bit difficult and out of reach for me, and there is a real fun heel hook move on pitch 3. Slab climb on pitch 4 is fun. Overall, I'd say it is fun, gets you up there, yet it doesn't feel too exposed. The approach is a pain in the a**.


Location: CO : Boulder : Boulder Canyon : The Watermark : Twin Cracks Right (5.9-)
By: CJ Coccia When: May 28, 2010

view comment >>
Comments: On one of the large flakey sections a little below the first bolt, there is a large piece broken that is just balancing on the rest of the remaining flake...if somebody were to hold it with both ands and lean it will definitely come off! Should be removed or at least noted before somebody tips it over. I'll post a picture of the location if I can.


Location: CO : Boulder : Boulder Canyon : The Watermark : Twin Cracks Left (5.9+)
By: CJ Coccia When: May 28, 2010

view comment >>
Comments: On one of the large flakey sections a little below the first bolt, there is a large piece broken that is just balancing on the rest of the remaining flake...if somebody were to hold it with both ands and lean it will definitely come off! should be removed or at least noted before somebody tips it over. I'll post a picture of the location if I can.


Location: CO : Boulder : Boulder Canyon : The Watermark : Twin Peaks (5.10)
By: CJ Coccia When: May 28, 2010

view comment >>
Comments: On one of the large flakey sections a little below the first bolt, there is a large piece broken that is just balancing on the rest of the remaining flake...if somebody were to hold it with both ands and lean it will definitely come off! Should be removed or at least noted before somebody tips it over. I'll post a picture of the location if I can.


Location: CO : Boulder : Boulder Canyon : Avalon : Second Tier : ... : The Tower (5.9)
By: CJ Coccia When: May 28, 2010

view comment >>
Comments: I felt this one had some more awkward moves (reachy for me) than some of the surrounding 5.9s, so I would claim a 5.10a on it...really fun though! I took one fall trying to switch my right hand from a crack to the knob a bolt or two above the first roof section! Would do it again!


Location: CO : Boulder : Boulder Canyon : Tonnere Tower : Treasure Wall : Buried Treasure (5.9)
By: CJ Coccia When: May 21, 2010

view comment >>
Comments: Did the Buried Alive extension and continued on the third pitch...seems like it would be good to carry some longer runners as I experienced a lot of rope friction leading up.


Page 1 of 5.  1  2  3  4  5   Next>   Last>>