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Mutiny is the obvious, razor-sharp overhanging arete at Pirates' Cove -- only accessible during low water. Boulder up to a high first clip, and continue clipping bolts on the right side of the arete, using holds on both sides, to a crux move near the anchors. The climb is often dirty due to high water, but it is classic nonetheless.
A half dozen draws or so.
|By Jeremy Steck|
From: Salt Lake City, UT
Mar 24, 2009
If you don't have a stick clip, and you have gear...A #3 Camalot fits perfectly where you might want the first bolt to be.
|By Daniel H.|
Mar 30, 2012
This route is fun and consistent. Stay on the arete for full value, the face holds near the top suck anyway.
|By will merryman|
From: Monaca P.A.
Aug 19, 2012
I love arete's go left at top. straight up variation is pretty hard slab climbing. I think it goes at 5.12b. I hate slabs.
|By Phil S|
From: Bethlehem, NH
Mar 1, 2013
The intended line goes straight up the slab to the anchors, which is 5.11c or d depending upon who you ask. Certainly not 12b. Skipping the crux makes the route quite a bit easier since it's pretty much fluff until you hit the slab.