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Suffer Pony at the Disco 

YDS: 5.10 French: 6b Ewbanks: 20 UIAA: VII- ZA: 19 British: E2 5b

   
Type:  Trad, 11 pitches, 1900', Grade IV
Consensus:  YDS: 5.10 French: 6b Ewbanks: 20 UIAA: VII- ZA: 19 British: E2 5b [details]
FA: September 21, 2009 - Jeremy Roop and Joe Forrester
New Route: Yes
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Submitted By: Joe Forrester on Sep 24, 2009

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Description 

Approach – Descend SOB Gully and head for the Painted Wall. Enter the gully between the Northern aręte of the Painted Wall and the Porcelain aręte Buttress. Ascend for 200-300 ft on 3rd class until it is possible to traverse the Porcelain Aręte Buttress on third class. Traverse to the East side of the buttress and locate the right-most (most north east) bushy dihedral.

P1 – 230 ‘ Follow bushy left facing dihedral up the aręte surmounting small roof in process. Belay on nice ledge. (5.7+)

P2 – 230’ Instead of heading into the left facing dihedral as for the Porcelain aręte, head up and right into the right facing dihedral. Step left under obvius crack to belay. (5.7+)

P3 – 110’ Continue up loose “limestone” crack surmounting small roof. Belay directly on the aręte. (5.9-)

P4 – Make improbable moves over aręte to regain R side of the aręte. (5.9+/10-)

P5-9 are almost entirely on the north east face of the Porcelain Arete buttress.

P5 – 230’ - Head out right along 3-4” crack making hand traverse into an offwidth. Belay on top of pillar on East side of the buttress. (5.8-)

P6 – Face climbing directly up from P5 belay leads to a ramp leading up and right. On top of ramp dicey free climbing leads to belay ledge. (5.10R)

P7 – 220’ Head right along ledge to offwidth. Belay at top of offwidth. Classic (5.8-)

P8 – Head up broken rock to base of first large pillar on the Porcelain aręte buttress. (5.7)

P9 – Continue on left side of pegmatite tower, find belay in large blocks. (5.6-5.7)

P10/11 – Continue up easy 5th to summit.

Descent – Follow the Painted Wall trail back to camp.


Location 

Located on the Porcelain Arete Buttress, to the right of the Porcelain Arete route.


Protection 

1 #4, doubles 3-0.5, set of Aliens, set of stoppers. 70m rope advantageous.



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Jeremy Roop somewhere on the route.
Jeremy Roop somewhere on the route.
The route follows the sun/shade line on the far right side of the Porcelain Arete buttress.
The route follows the sun/shade line on the far ri...
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