Route Guide - iPhone / Android - Partners - Forum - Photos - Deals - What's New - School of Rock
Login with Facebook
 ADVANCED
Reynolds Hill
Routes Sorted
L to R R to L Alpha
Bad Man with a Devil's Hand 
Barf Bucket Traverse 
Black Starr Chimney 
Bloodletting 
Climb and Punishment 
Climbs of Passion Exit 
Coffee Grinder 
Connecticut Yankee 
Cosmic Debris 
Fat Man's Demise 
Finger Grinder 
Fist Crack, The 
Glenda's Chimney 
Hug Jombo 
Hung Like a Horse 
I'd Rather Be In Philadelphia 
K.P. 
Klink 
Labyrinth 
Maiden 
Matron 
Moor's Crossing 
Peach Cobbler 
Penis Dimension 
Pooh Corner 
Robert's Rectification 
Serpentine 
Sky Line 
Spatial Relations 
Time Quake 
Tombstone Crack 
Unknown left of Maiden 
Unsorted Routes:

Pooh Corner 

YDS: 5.10b French: 6a+ Ewbanks: 19 UIAA: VII- British: E2 5b

   
Type:  Trad, 1 pitch
Consensus:  YDS: 5.10a/b French: 6a+ Ewbanks: 19 UIAA: VI+ British: E2 5b [details]
FA: P1 - unknown, P2 - Gary Issacs, mid 1970s
Page Views: 3,803
Submitted By: M.Morley on Apr 13, 2002
Good Page? 0 people like this page. Your opinion:   

You & This Route  |  Other Opinions (63)
Your todo list:
Your stars:
Your rating: -none- [change]
Your ticklist: [add new tick]
Gearing up for P2.

Description 

Climb the excellent, short but sustained 5.9 hand crack to 2-bolt anchor. Either rap (~60') or continue up off-width slot (5.10b).


Location 

The trail up to Reynolds Hill will put you pretty much directly under the Climb and Punishment alcove. Go left, hopping and ducking around boulders, moving pretty much uphill. Keep hiking until you see an obvious clean right-facing dihedral with a hand crack, a bolted anchor, and a flaring OW above the anchor. This is your climb. Have fun.


Protection 

Hand-size cams plus larger gear if you opt to not bail out at the anchors.



Photos of Pooh Corner Slideshow Add Photo
Nearing the top of pitch 1.
Nearing the top of pitch 1.
Lisa cruxing out on the first pitch of Pooh Corner.
Lisa cruxing out on the first pitch of Pooh Corner...
This climber from Golden was tearing up the first pitch of Pooh Corner.
This climber from Golden was tearing up the first ...
Full view of the climb.
Full view of the climb.
Past the "wide" section on P1.
Past the "wide" section on P1.
Comments on Pooh Corner Add Comment
Show which comments
By Casey Bernal
From: Arvada, CO
Jun 17, 2002

The first pitch is very cool and moderate. It has wide secitons that can be skipped to good jams if you look for them. On the second pitch you will need a couple #3 cams at the start and a #3.5 and a #4. I also used a #4.5 in a wide pod but a #5 would have been better. Yes, I did sew it up. I did so because a fall would crash you into your belayer. You can avoid this if you do it as one pitch. Be very careful of the loose blocks at the top. Knee pads were nice on this one.casey bernal

By Steve Matous
Oct 12, 2010

2nd pitch FFA by Gary Issacs mid 1970s, 1st ptich was climbed alone before that.

By Brian Scoggins
From: Eugene, OR
Jul 31, 2011

For the first pitch, I did well with a set from #0.75 c4 to #4 c4 with triples in the #3, and an old-style #4 Camalot. Also, there's a fixed nut above the jug that was too deep to clip on the way up, and I forgot to clean on the way down.

By Indigo Dragon
From: Fairfield, CT
Jul 3, 2013

Great flaring crack - P1 takes 0.75 up to 5 (optional), can also be climbed with large nuts and medium hexes. Fun and secluded! We got charged by cows on the approach.

By Hiro
From: Boulder, CO
Sep 7, 2013

Wasn't secluded on the Monday holiday we went on. There was a large group like ours there - 5 people or so. Anywho...

I thought this was a fabulous climb for being outside of the creek. My only complaints are the wider section up above - pretty frustrating and that it's been climbed a lot resulting in a pretty chalky slightly greasy crack. Don't let that stop you though!