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A tasty mix of steep face and an exposed arete. Begin with an intermittent crack steepening to a short and sweet crux sequence with pockets, edges, and jugs! Work onto the arete at the horn and follow exposed moderate ground to the anchors on an airy perch!
It can be tricky to clean your draws and works best to clean them by following the route, otherwise, a fixed biner may be in place at the last bolt to use as directional to clean.
located on the right side of the obvious white-streaked copper and gold wall around the corner from Redball and High Hanging Biscuits.
8 bolts. optional medium stopper for mantle to the anchors
Dean Hoffman approaching the crux of Mulligan Stew...
Blake enjoying a warm-up appetizer of Mulligan Ste...
BETA PHOTO: Mulligan Stew.
Arjun eying the crux, DAS belaying.
Through the fun, delicate, tricky section, into cr...
Dean Hoffman on Mulligan Stew.
the best part of the trip
|Comments on Mulligan Stew
|By Alex "Tojo" Kray|
From: Tempe/Scottsdale, AZ
Jul 18, 2012
rating: 5.11a 6c 22 VII+ E3 5c
SUPER photogenic arete! fun and technical from start to the crux then easy jugs!
From: Phoenix, AZ
Jul 22, 2012
rating: 5.11- 6c 22 VIII+ E3 5c
A well-bolted and very fun route. Really nice to top out on the nice ledge, even if the last bit is easy going. Makes the belay scenic and fun, and an easy rap and rope pull. Well set!