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Location: UT : Saint George : Pine Valley : Unemployment wall : Late Night Questioning (5.9)
By: Tim Wolfe When: Feb 18, 2013

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Comments: A bit odd, ledgy. I would look for steeper terrain where the falls are safer.


Location: UT : Saint George : Pine Valley : Unemployment wall : Fondling Firm (5.10b)
By: Tim Wolfe When: Feb 18, 2013

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Comments: A hard move at the bottom - actually quite hard - but the rest was kind of easy and not particularily interesting. Do the routes nearby - they are steeper and better.


Location: UT : Saint George : Pine Valley
By: Tim Wolfe When: Feb 18, 2013

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Comments: A comment to assist with locating this area for those from out of town: The turn off of Hwy 18 on Pine Valley highway is past Veyo. After turning off of Hwy 18 I went 5.6 miles (on my odometer) to the post and cairned trail - if you go to far you pass a white railing on the right side of the road and you can see the rocks down below. There is a turn around point 6.0 miles with a large Pine Valley sign.

This area is higher altitude - snow on the ground up top and can feel bitter, but much of the... more >>


Location: WY : Wind River Range : East Fork Valley : Arsenault-Bouchard (5.10)
By: Tim Wolfe When: Jan 15, 2013

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Comments: Yes, Ambush Peak - the big buttress in the South end of the Valley.


Location: WY : Wind River Range : Deep Lake Area : Haystack Mountain : Pitch off (5.10) : Photo
By: Tim Wolfe When: Jan 15, 2013

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Comments: Kris Barta, a friend, took the picture. I was taking them up an "easy route" based on a faulty memory from the first ascent.


Location: UT : Wasatch Range : Big Cottonwood Canyon : Treadmill Wall : Treadmill (5.11a)
By: Tim Wolfe When: Jan 3, 2013

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Comments: I can't remember where the rest is - I do not think it is that flake. There is some tricky knee lock near the top. However, 17 years ago I tried to remove that flake with a car jack because I thought it was dangerous also - and it was SOLID then - it did not budge. Not sure if the ensuring years have loosened it much but you don't need it anyhow.


Location: WY : Wind River Range : Cirque of the Towers : Shark's Nose : NW Buttress (5.6)
By: Tim Wolfe When: Jan 3, 2013

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Comments: A very nice introduction route to the mountain that essentially climbs the same terrain as you rappel. Nothing to hard, great gear, a perfect route for someone looking for a short, safe (can rappel at any pitch)traditional line in the mountains with a spectacular summit.


Location: UT : Wasatch Range : American Fork Canyon : White Wave Wall : Virtual Reality (5.11d)
By: Tim Wolfe When: Nov 28, 2012

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Comments: Sharp and pumpy


Location: UT : Wasatch Range : American Fork Canyon : Escape Buttress : Twist and Shout (5.10a)
By: Tim Wolfe When: Nov 28, 2012

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Comments: Good warm up for the wall. Feels like a gym jug haul. Just twist and reach and there is another huge hole to pull on.


Location: UT : Wasatch Range : American Fork Canyon : Escape Buttress : Monkey Meet (5.10d)
By: Tim Wolfe When: Nov 28, 2012

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Comments: Best 5.10 on the main wall.


Location: UT : Wasatch Range : American Fork Canyon : Escape Buttress : Presidents Day (5.10b)
By: Tim Wolfe When: Nov 28, 2012

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Comments: A fun route well worth doing that eventually (20 years later) might clean up with some action. It is amazing how much rock we had to peel off to get down to relatively solid rock. Rarely any line waiting to climb here and the holds probably are still sharp rather than slippery. Skip the rest you can find out right high up to get the full value of the original line.


Location: UT : Wasatch Range : American Fork Canyon : Escape Buttress : Rock Requiem (5.11c)
By: Tim Wolfe When: Nov 28, 2012

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Comments: The bottom choss is quite easy. Once you clip the first bolt the rock quality increases dramatically (following many hours of choss gardening reuqired to establish the line). The original finish went straight past the final bolt but I think it is a bit easier if you drift right and clip off left. A very quality line for the grade.


Location: ID : Castle Rocks : Castle Rock : Hostess Gully - West Corrid... : Fruit Filling (5.10c)
By: Tim Wolfe When: Sep 17, 2012

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Comments: Very enjoyable route requiring both smear climbing technique (crux)followed by some very fun crack climbing taking finger sized gear. Belay off some cams at the top. Your belayer can then traverse/downclimb to a nearby pair of bolts that you can rap off with a single rope.


Location: ID : Castle Rocks : East Sector : Sailor Wall : Sirens of Almo (5.10a)
By: Tim Wolfe When: Sep 17, 2012

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Comments: Best route on this wall or the adjacent wall behind it. Some cool moves and some cool gear.


Location: ID : Castle Rocks : South Hills : Bracksiek's Pillar : Alpinista Sista (5.9)
By: Tim Wolfe When: Sep 17, 2012

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Comments: Probably the best on the this side of the wall and worth doing if you are in the area (across the way at the Sailor wall is better). We easily combined the first two pitches - you might want a single big wire to protect this second pitch after you step up above the belay. the final pitch has a short cool mantle sequence and then is easy.


Location: ID : Castle Rocks : South Hills : Bracksiek's Pillar : Coo Coo Cachoo (5.8+)
By: Tim Wolfe When: Sep 17, 2012

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Comments: Unlike others I was pretty underwhelmed by this route. Kind of generic bolt clipping on all the routes on this entire wall - nothing much different for the various routes other than the grade - Reach up, step up, clip, repeat. There is a single short section at the very end that was interesting.


Location: ID : City of Rocks : Eagle Rock : Fly Like an Eagle (5.11a)
By: Tim Wolfe When: Sep 16, 2012

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Comments: Amazing not to be missed route. Be sure to have your thin edging skills intact. The start takes a #4 camalot followed by a bolt followed by a medium cam in the 1-2 inch range (a nest of cams is possible in the undercling crack). After a few more moves it gets very thin and balancy. A 70 meter rope makes it to the ground exactly with stretch.


Location: ID : City of Rocks : Eagle Rock : Eagle Crack (5.10a)
By: Tim Wolfe When: Sep 16, 2012

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Comments: This route is spectacular. Among the best crack climbs in the park at this grade - on par with Thin Slice in terms of quality and difficulty. It is quite intimidating from the base but goes at an easier effort that you suspect. It climbs like a sport climb with crack protection (except the initial short section of hand crack). A 60 meter rope off the belay to the left is adequate. The climb directly to the right, however, needs a 70 meter rope to return to the ground.


Location: ID : City of Rocks : Checkered Demon : Checkered Demon (5.11a)
By: Tim Wolfe When: Sep 7, 2012

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Comments: A big hold that was present in the late 1980s near the start is now missing making the start very hard - much harder now than 20 years ago.


Location: ID : City of Rocks : The Office : Silent Partner (5.10d)
By: Tim Wolfe When: Sep 7, 2012

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Comments: Stunning route - great variety of techniques used. Seems like there is no gear from below but after every cruxy sequence there is bomber gear, wires, cams. Bring brass for the upper crux thin crack.


Location: ID : City of Rocks : Drilling Fields : The Drilling Fields : The Drilling Fields (5.11a)
By: Tim Wolfe When: Sep 7, 2012

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Comments: A half inch cam after the second bolt (grey camalot) makes the bottom safer and a 1.5 inch cam at the top (green or red camalot) makes the top safer. Niether is neccesary since these are easy moves, but having done it both ways I prefer these two pieces of gear. to keep any drag down, put a long sling on the last bolt due to it being a bit off line to the left.


Location: ID : City of Rocks : Flaming Rock : Firewater (5.11b R)
By: Tim Wolfe When: Sep 7, 2012

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Comments: "R" rating? Huh? It is a sport climb with plenty of bolts. Great climb with standard sport bolt protection and nothing R about it. I suspect an "R" rating will scare people off but no need for that here.


Location: ID : City of Rocks : Window Rock : Window Rock - West : Battle of the Bulges (5.11a PG13)
By: Tim Wolfe When: Sep 7, 2012

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Comments: Great natural line with good gear. Not sustained but quite fun. Definately worth ding if you are in the area and have a rack.


Location: ID : City of Rocks : Buzzard Perch : Terror of Tiny Town (5.11a/b)
By: Tim Wolfe When: Sep 7, 2012

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Comments: After the first clip (boulder up to get that bolt) the gear is bomber. It sucks up small cams and wires if you are strong enough to hang out and place them. For a weakling like me - I have to punch it a ways between placements for any hope of a redpoint. What a fantastic line - as good as it gets.


Location: ID : City of Rocks : Bath Rock : Bath Rock - West : Loch Ness Monster (5.11b)
By: Tim Wolfe When: Sep 7, 2012

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Comments: "Get a rest and fire up the technical and pumpy finish" - sweet knee lock no hands rest.


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