Results May Vary is a steep, sustained technical face climb, positive and interesting holds will help you keep the pump factor at bay.
The first 6 bolts are spaced far enough apart to keep your attention. Above, a couple of fun crack moves, then bust out right to the 7th bolt to easier climbing up to and then left along an easy arete to the anchor.
This route starts on a ledge about 20 feet up on a shady face right of Warning Signs and left of Timeless. An easy scramble up the ledge to belay.
8 bolts to a shared anchor with Enter at Your Own Risk. The 6th bolt is shared with that climb. Lower off hooks. The first bolt is high and you are already starting from a ledge about 20 feet up so some small cams should be used to make your belayer an anchor.
|By john durr|
From: Joshua Tree, CA
Apr 12, 2010
This route would be a true 5.10b classic with a separate anchor up and right to avoid the hike to Enter at Your Own Risk's anchor. A belay bolt on the ledge would be a big safety improvement. Just an idea...
From: Boulder, CO
Nov 9, 2010
Stands out as not your typical Gorge route. Quite fun.
|By Todd Townsend|
From: Bishop, CA
Dec 2, 2010
Just belay from the ground. A 70m rope works fine, might be a little long for a 60.
|By Howie Stern|
From: Mammoth Lakes, Ca
Dec 22, 2011
Ya, it should have it's own anchor...The other anchor is in a silly location IMHO...The 1st bolt is one move off the ledge, didn't seem high to me...