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|Type: ||Sport, 1 pitch, 60 feet|
|Consensus: ||5.10a [details]|
|FA: ||Chris Miller, Chuck Scott, Rick Shull, Helen Shull, Lisa Guindon & Dave Masuo, June 2001|
|Season: ||Spring - Fall|
|Submitted By: ||C Miller on Apr 6, 2006|
Tom Donnely leading Ricochet.
This is the left-most bolted line on the Pistol Whipped Wall and despite first appearances goes at a moderate grade. The route starts on a short right-slanting ramp system that leads to a flake and then up past several horizontals to reach a steep headwall capped by a slanting dike.
Well protected with an airy feel, this is a good warm-up for the harder lines here and is a recommended climb for the grade at this area.
7 bolts, sport anchors
Elaine just past the crux of Ricochet
Lluis climbs while Christian belays - crux moves.
Lluis chalks up just past the crux.
Ricochet (5.10a), Holcomb Valley Pinnacles
|By Chris Owen|
From: La Crescenta and Big Bear Lake
Jul 3, 2009
What a fun climb! Always good holds when you need them, and as previously stated goes more easily than its appearance would suggest and, as such, a area total classic.
Doesn't quit right to the last clip.
|By Tristan B|
From: La Crescenta, CA
Jul 18, 2011
The So Cal Sport Climbing Book shows only 3-4 bolts for this route but there are like 7.
|By Rob Selter|
From: running springs Ca
May 28, 2012
A must do, one of the the best climbs for the grade! watch the 5th bolt, it was really loose as of 5/28/12!