Route Guide - iPhone / Android - Partners - Forum - Photos - Deals - What's New - School of Rock
Login with Facebook
 ADVANCED
Rigid Designator Amphitheatre
Routes Sorted
L to R R to L Alpha
"Dolly Madison" 
"Unnamed" 
7th Chakra 
7th Testicle 
Aberrant Behavior aka LoweKey Lunacy 
Amphibian 
Built for Comfort 
Choss Corner 
Cupcake Corner 
Dr. Delicate 
Fang, The 
Fatman and Robin 
Flying Fortress, The 
For The Ladies 
Godzilla 
Hooded Cobra 
King Cobra/King Cobra Extension 
Little Higher 
Lucky 
Octopussy 
Pitch Black 
Red Beard 
Red Bull and Vodka 
Reptile 
Resurrection 
Rigid Designator 
Rigid Designator Steps, The 
Seventh Tentacle 
Somnambulist 
Superfortress 
Tatranka 
Thang aka Frigid Inseminator, The 
Unsorted Routes:

Little Higher 

M8-

   
Type:  Sport, Mixed, 1 pitch, 100'
Consensus: M7-8 [details]
FA: Stanley Vrba
New Route: Yes
Season: Year-round
Page Views: 324
Submitted By: Rob Griz on Mar 31, 2011
Good Page? 0 people like this page. Your opinion:   

You & This Route  |  Other Opinions (4)
Your todo list:
Your stars:
Your rating: -none- [change]
Your ticklist: [add new tick]

Description 

This is a devious line that is spaciously bolted. The holds can be reachy for shorter folks, hence the name. The route works up from the shallow corner, then trends slightly right mid-way, over a small roof/overlap and continues on features up to a mossy open book and top anchors.


Location 

It is located left of the main ice of 7th Tentacle, and begins in a shallow, right-facing corner. Rap from top anchors.


Protection 

8 bolts.



Comments on Little Higher Add Comment
Show which comments
By Noah8000
From: Vail, CO
Sep 8, 2012
rating: M8-

Awesome line. Well worth the effort! Feels more like the alpine than the standard Vail route. I kept saying to myself at the crux "A little higher, and higher, and higher, there we go!" Nice turf sticks too. The spacing between the 3rd and 4th bolt has some hurtful consequences if you blow it near the clip. Just about groundfall. That being said, it's not that hard between them. Besides that, the spacing is very manageable. This climb stretched my brain and arms out a little bit. I guess they call that Man Yoga?