Radical Mystery Tour
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Prompted by Andy Bennett he and I tried the big roofs you can see from San Pedro Vista. We could not get over them. We then moved left and found a gem. 70M rope required. A bit Fuzzy until you reach the middle of the climb but the climbing is easy and the slightly fuzzy nature keeps you focused. The second half of the climb is where the money is. At the end of the low angle stuff bolts lead you to some exposed steep crack climbing with bomber pro and an airy finish. A rare treat this low on the mountain.
From the uphill end of the parking lot look east and you will see Mojo Wall. This route climbs just left of the big overlapping roofs. At the base of the West face below these big roofs are two crack systems. The left one is the start of the climb.
5 bolts, 00, 0 Micro cams doubles to red Camalot one yellow and one blue. A few stoppers for the middle part. Lowering off requires a 70M rope.
Andy Bennett getting the most of a day of climbing...
|Comments on Radical Mystery Tour
|By 1Eric Rhicard|
Oct 25, 2010
Just testing you guys. Looks like you are the only one sharp enough to notice. Actually we called it RAdical Mystery Tour. Really we did. I swear. Thanks John. Good job today. Way to go for it.
|By Andy Bennett|
From: Tucson, AZ
Oct 31, 2010
This route pretty much kicks ass. Especially once it gets a bit more cleaned-up. If you go up there sooner than later, you'll be rewarded with a nice piece of hardware for your community service efforts...if you can get it out!