Home - Destinations - iPhone/Android - Partners - Forum - Photos - Deals - What's New
Login with Facebook
 ADVANCED
The Gym
Routes Sorted
L to R R to L Alpha
Armstrong Express, The 
Arnold! Arnold! 
Arrowhead Spire 
Black Mamba Arete 
Blast from the Past 
Bolt the Planet 
Bone 'n' Vein 
Bottom Feeder 
Bubba's Belly (aka The Example Simulator) 
Cask Strength 
Cimmaron Lanes 
Comin' In Smooth 
Crack of Dawn, The 
Crystal 
Deeper Shade Of Soul 
Dizzi Lizzi 
Easy Cheese aka Trout Fishing in America 
Ejection Generation 
Ejection Seat, The 
Even Bad Dogs Get A Bone 
Example, The 
Five Dollars 
Ga-stoned Again 
Great Escape, The 
Green Bonus, The 
Gym Arete Direct 
Gym Arete, The 
Head Cheese 
Hot Rod Lincoln 
I Never Met a Carbo I Didn't Like 
I'll Be Back 
In The Morning, You'll Be Mine 
Jane Fonda Warm-up 
Librium Quiver 
Lockdown 
Morning Stretch 
Muscles From Brussels 
My Generation 
Natty Dread 
Needle Haven aka Fallen Prophet 
New Rule 
New Vernacular, The 
Oh... What Are You Looking At 
Orange Marmalade 
Our Bosch of Immaculate Conception 
Paradise Regained 
Penitentiary Pump 
Pinhead 
Prickly Pear 
Profits of Rage 
Pulley Mammoth 
Rally Monkey 
Raw and the Roasted, The 
Real Deal, The 
Rio Station 
Senor Verde 
She's Got a Full Set of Camalots! 
Shorty Bob 
Smoking Pickle, The 
Solar Flex 
Spontaneous Combustion 
St. Patty's Slab 
Stud with a Rug 
There Goes the Neighborhood 
Three Stooges 
Thunder & Lightning  
Tomato, Tomotto 
Trailer Park Logic 
Trout Fishing 
Untapped 
Up Valley Goes Downtown 
Urban Fringe 
VHS or Beta 

Pulley Mammoth 

YDS: 5.11+ French: 7a Ewbanks: 24 UIAA: VIII British: E4 6a

   
Type:  Sport, 1 pitch, 70'
Consensus:  YDS: 5.11+ French: 7a Ewbanks: 24 UIAA: VIII British: E4 6a [details]
FA: John Musso
Page Views: 2,269
Submitted By: Jesse Ryan on May 26, 2006
Good Page? 0 people like this page. Your opinion:   

You & This Route  |  Other Opinions (46)
Your todo list:
Your stars:
Your rating: -none- [change]
Your ticklist: [add new tick]
BETA PHOTO: Pulley Mammoth.

Description 

A fun line, with hidden qualities from the ground eye view. The fun, slightly dirty start below the roof warms you up, the roof delivers a punch, but the real fight comes between the roof and the chains. Interesting movement throughout.


Location 

Located on the left side of the panel of rock to the left of Gastoned Again. Just to the left of Natty Dread (11b) and to the right of Shorty Bob (10c).


Protection 

12 bolts to anchors.



Photos of Pulley Mammoth Slideshow Add Photo
Photo of the roof crux of Pulley Mammoth. <br /> <br />Photo credit to Jess Warffuel.
Photo of the roof crux of Pulley Mammoth.

Photo c...
A not-so-clear photo of me just above the roof on Pulley Mammoth.  The bolt on the side of the roof seems really far away when you're up there trying to clip it!
A not-so-clear photo of me just above the roof on ...
Pulley Mammoth.
Pulley Mammoth.
Pulley Mammoth, 5.11.
BETA PHOTO: Pulley Mammoth, 5.11.
Eli moving into the sustained upper section.
Eli moving into the sustained upper section.
Pulling the roof.
Pulling the roof.
Beauty!
Beauty!
Kyle pulling the roof.
Kyle pulling the roof.
Comments on Pulley Mammoth Add Comment
Show which comments
By Joe Collins
Oct 15, 2007

Dirty, chossy, and caked in mud. The upper half, however, is quite good and redeems this from "bomb" status.

By Kelbad
From: Colorado Springs
Nov 13, 2007
rating: 5.11c 6c+ 24 VIII- E4 6a

I thought this was a very enjoyable climb. Some of the holds down low have a little sand, but they are big and you can motor right past them to the roof.
The roof is a fun little boulder problem with good hands and feet. Just be careful clipping the bolt at the lip, you really don't want to blow that clip, since a few small ledges below could be nasty to your foot and ankle.
The 'slab' above the roof is thin in spots, but has no shut-down moves to speak of.
I think there are a few too many rest scattered about to deserve an 11+ rating.

By jarthur
From: Westminster, CO
Apr 5, 2010

Going to the anchors shut be down on my first burn. What a heartbreaker! My only concern on this route is, "Where's the damn anchor clipping holds?!?" I felt smooth on this thing till I got caught up in some froggy position with good, but spread out feet and terrible holds to clip the chains. Got it on my second burn, but I almost pitched again trying to clip the anchors. This is another awesome route at The Gym.