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Crater Crag of North Quarry
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Crater Cat TR 
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Doug's Variation T,S 
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Gig, The S 
Golden Arete S 
Misty S 
Mountain Lion S 
Rancid S 
Sending Choss TR 
Sweet T 

Mountain Lion 

YDS: 5.11b French: 6c Ewbanks: 23 UIAA: VIII- ZA: 23 British: E3 5c

   
Type:  Sport, 1 pitch, 75'
Consensus:  YDS: 5.10d French: 6b+ Ewbanks: 21 UIAA: VII+ ZA: 21 British: E3 5b [details]
FA: Bob Horan/Alex Shaiman
New Route: Yes
Season: winter/spring/summer/fall
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Submitted By: bhoran on Apr 1, 2009

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BH on FA of Mountain Lion, 5.11b.

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Description 

This has two cruxes, first when moving diagonally left over the slight bulge, then at top when moving left via small edges and smears.

Location 

This is located just right of Golden Arete, begin with Sweet then move left.

Protection 

9 bolts to 2 bolt anchors.


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Alex on 2nd lead of Mountain Lion.
Alex on 2nd lead of Mountain Lion.
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By ChristopherJohnson
Sep 9, 2014

Was climbing this on Saturday, Sept. 6th, 2014.  Great route, but the left hand side of the hold in the attached picture (just right of 4th bolt) broke off.  Still has a good piece that seems solid on the right side.  Could be true to grade now, depending on how you climb the route.
Was climbing this on Saturday, Sept. 6th, 2014. Great route, but the left hand side of the hold in the attached picture (just right of 4th bolt) broke off. Still has a good piece that seems solid on the right side. Could be true to grade now, depending on how you climb the route.


Was climbing this on Saturday, Sept. 6th, 2014. Great route, but the left hand side of the hold in the attached picture (just right of 4th bolt) broke off. Still has a good piece that seems solid on the right side. Could be true to grade now, depending on how you climb the route.