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Routes

Name Compliments Rating Type Location

The Calling

5.12- 7a+ 25 VIII+ 25 E5 6a (4)

Trad, 6 pitches, 600'

North America : Canada : ... : The North Walls

Photos

Photo Compliments Caption Location
Enjoying the splitter above the chockstone roof move. Photo by Pancho Munoz
Monty

Enjoying the splitter above the chockstone roof move. Photo by Pancho Munoz

UT : Moab Area : ... : Crack Attack (5.11-)

Lots of people get off route on Astro Elephant looking for the traverse. From the tree on the ledge atop guidebook pitch 4, follow the green line to stay on route. Start traversing and belay at the first green circle after the 5.8 chimney. MAKE SURE you don't go up above this. There are two easy starts going pretty much straight up (red x's in pic). If you go up you will be in 11R territory (or go get an FA!, mabye). Instead, move the belay left about 50 - 75'. Then go up following the green line. If you are on-route, there is a two handed super jug hueco to start off this pitch. Do a face move or two, slightly right to the dihedral (direct start into this dihedral is prob 5.11, starting in the mini cave w/ finger crack and poor feet). Climb it then traverse the top of the flake left, past a piece of tat, making an exciting 5.9 face traverse move that you don't want to blow. Above this place a md/lg nut to protect the second from a big penji, after that piece, keep going left around the corner 30' then up a splitter crack in a flare and belay above. It's easy to find the rest of the route from here.
tenesmus
Cory

Lots of people get off route on Astro Elephant looking for the traverse. From the tree on the ledge atop guidebook pitch 4, follow the green line to stay on route. Start traversing and belay at the fi

ID : The Sawtooth Range : ... : Astro Elephant (5.10-)

Beta photo. Locate the notch left of the summit. The route goes straight up to the notch from Broadway, starting in the shadow in this pic. At the notch, approach the summit via the south side of the ridge on 5.5 rock.
John Peterson

Beta photo. Locate the notch left of the summit. The route goes straight up to the notch from Broadway, starting in the shadow in this pic. At the notch, approach the summit via the south side of the

CO : Alpine Rock : ... : The Notch Couloir (Mod. Snow)

Kathleen pulling the roof on the money pitch. A couple of finger stacks or thin hand jams get you to the anchor.
rpc

Kathleen pulling the roof on the money pitch. A couple of finger stacks or thin hand jams get you to the anchor.

North America : Canada : ... : Blazing Saddles (5.10b)

Kathleen enjoying the stellar corner
Keen Butterworth
Brian Prince
M Sprague

Kathleen enjoying the stellar corner

North America : Canada : ... : A Little Testis (5.10b)

Lisa pushing out the slab moves on her way to repeat Genesis.
Luke Childers

Lisa pushing out the slab moves on her way to repeat Genesis.

CO : Eldorado Canyon SP : ... : Genesis (5.12+)

Chino drilling P7 anchor with some crazy clouds rolling in.  FYI if you ever see these it's probably going to rain!
Ben Brotelho

Chino drilling P7 anchor with some crazy clouds rolling in. FYI if you ever see these it's probably going to rain!

South America : Chile : ... : Otro Dia Otro Largo (anothe... (5.10 A1)

horizontal to downward arching roof for 100'... now that's an interesting first aid follow
Heims

horizontal to downward arching roof for 100'... now that's an interesting first aid follow

South America : Chile : ... : Otro Dia Otro Largo (anothe... (5.10 A1)

just clip the broken pencil-sized root and then deadpoint to a tree branch from the top step of your aider... on my first aid pitch ever
fat cow
Sirius
Chris I

just clip the broken pencil-sized root and then deadpoint to a tree branch from the top step of your aider... on my first aid pitch ever

South America : Chile : ... : Otro Dia Otro Largo (anothe... (5.10 A1)

Francisco past the r-facing corner and sizing up the remaining l-facing corner.  Great jams just keep going!
Jeremy Monahan
TobinPetty
Ryan Strong
Craig Quincy
John Patrick
J. Hickok
SeanC
geoff georges
Ben May
Val I.
M Sprague
WyomingSheepRanch

Francisco past the r-facing corner and sizing up the remaining l-facing corner. Great jams just keep going!

UT : Moab Area : ... : Whale's Back (5.11-)

Lieback or jam it straight up
m-earle
Adam Stackhouse
skinny legs and all

Lieback or jam it straight up

UT : Moab Area : ... : Electric (5.11+)