L to R
R to L
A Touch of Tango T
Angel's Arete T,TR
Are You An Idiot? T
Are You Experienced? T
Blunder and Frightening T,TR
Dresden Corner T
Easily Flakey T,TR
Englishman's Crack T
Gag Reflex T
Handsome and Well-Hung T
High Times T
Horton's Tree T
International Incident T
Labor Day T
Let the Wind Blow S
Let's Get Physical T
Mean Old Mr. Gravity S
Mega Magic S
Monkey See, Monkey Do T,TR
Penalty Situation T,TR
Strategem, The S
Strech Armstrong (a.k.a. Ruptured) S
Team Machine S
Tree Route, The T,TR
The first pitch is short but stellar. Tight hands with a little bit of other sizes thrown in. Goes at 5.10c. The second pitch is real steep looking.
Undeneather the huge roof by the bridge. You can't miss the roof or the climb.
Hands and smaller. Not sure what you need fo the top.
First pitch of High times BETA PHOTO:
Near the top, where the hands get tight, High Time...
Just before the finger crack
By DaveB Jun 27, 2007
Orange TCU works well to protect the arching crack (crux) near anchors. Also, watch the feet here...polished and slick!
By Kris Gorny Administrator Jul 10, 2007 rating: 5.11- 6c 22 VIII+ 22 E3 5c
This used to be rated 5.10c but I agree with the 5.11 rating. Rattly finger jams right where the crack starts to curve to the right. Orange and yellow TCU's work really well there.
By Nate26 Mar 25, 2008
11 is if you go out the roof, 10b to the first anchors methinks.
By Jeffrey Gagliano From: Pennsburg, PA Jun 27, 2010
I just climbed P1 a few days ago. 10c is a stretch. Too secure to earn that grade. Compare it to Maranatha...a 'real' 10c.
By Ryan Williams Administrator From: London (sort of) Oct 25, 2010
That's funny, Jeff... I felt the opposite. I thought "Maranatha" was pretty casual while "High Times" is one of the only 10's I've fallen on at the New.
By Alan Howell May 7, 2012
Certainly 10+ and secure jams, but the feet through the crux are amazingly polished and slick. I couldn't give it 5.11 because the rest of the route is very solid, but I've seen many, many solid 11 climbers eat the face hard after their feet have blown at the crux.