Home - Destinations - iPhone/Android - Partners - Forum - Photos - Deals - What's New
Login with Facebook
Supercrack Buttress
Routes Sorted
L to R R to L Alpha
24 Variation 
24 Unknown 
3AM Crack 
Amaretto Corner 
Bad Rad Duality 
Binge and Purge 
Bongo Flake 
Coyne Crack 
Fat Free 
Fingers In A Lightsocket 
Incredible Hand Crack 
International Affair 
Keyhole Flake 
Left Affair 
No Name Crack 
Nuclear Waste 
On-Slot, The 
Painted Pony 
Pigs in a Slot 
Pink Flamingo 
Savelli Crack 
super bubbushka 
Super Surprised 
Supercrack of the Desert 
Too Much Cake 
Triple Jeopardy 
Twin Cracks 
Unknown on far left side of wall 
Unknown Right of Too Much Cake 
Unknown, left of Keyhole Flake 
Wave, The 
Wild Works of Fire 
Unsorted Routes:

International Affair 

YDS: 5.12 French: 7b+ Ewbanks: 27 UIAA: VIII+ British: E6 6b

Type:  Trad, 50'
Consensus:  YDS: 5.12 French: 7b+ Ewbanks: 27 UIAA: VIII+ British: E6 6b [details]
FA: Keith Reynolds and Leonard Coyne
Page Views: 1,332
Submitted By: Alex Shainman on Aug 30, 2007
Good Page? 0 people like this page. Your opinion:   

You & This Route  |  Other Opinions (9)
Your todo list:
Your stars:
Your rating: -none- [change]
Your ticklist: [add new tick]
hurt yer tip get pissed an rope up..blue camalots ...


This good but short route has 2 difficult and engaging sections that will keep your attention.

Kind of a bad belay stance next to the tree at the start but its hard from the get go. Cranker second and first digit locks in a tight corner to a corner change with bad feet will hurt you for a short section and welcome hand jam. The final crux is negotiating the scoop with thin pro while utilizing face holds and one quick move to a hidden but good hold on slightly funky rock. (12b or c)


(3).75, (2).5, (1)2.5, (2).4, (2).3 Friend size cams

Comments on International Affair Add Comment
Show which comments
By karcbr
Jun 2, 2008

This route was put up by Keith Reynolds and Leonard Coyne.

By Patrick Pharo
From: Boulder, CO
Apr 2, 2013

A trad version of Rifle's In Your Face. Awesome.

By ben jammin
From: Moab, UT
Mar 14, 2014

Is the above gear description from the guidebook? It looked like all .3 camelot's to me. I got up to the changing corners and realized my four .3's would not be enough (of which I'd already placed 3), so I down climbed. My first impression was that it looked like .3's the entire way but Bloomie convinced me to get on it with his varied rack beta. Book says two or three .3's and three .4's. I'd take six or seven .3's and then some less than tips for the top boulder problem.