Ugly, Fat, Mean, Come to Mammoth, Be a Queen
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"Ugly, Fat, Mean, Come to Mammoth and Be a Queen"....
This excellent 5.7, climbs up stacked blocks, then step left on to an arete, and follow it to the anchors.
Nine bolts, double mussy hook anchor
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|By Jon O'Brien|
Apr 24, 2009
What up Alan! I lived in Mammoth for years, we met through Scott a couple times, I love the name of this climb! you've obviously been drinking at the clock tower once or twice! LOL... bolting that cliff was great, gives a great place to bring all the "queens" climbing after drunken promises...
|By Chase Roskos|
From: Boulder, CO
May 7, 2009
This route is excellent. Best 5.7 I've climbed yet. If you TRing and enjoy the top, try a direct start.
May 20, 2010
the spring/hook is broken on the right mussy hook on this route.
otherwise a super fun climb.
|By Tristan B|
From: La Crescenta, CA
Aug 17, 2010
The 3rd and 5th hangers are loose and spin. It also looks like there was a bolt inbetween the 3rd and 4th that pulled out. And someone left a biner at the top on the quicklink with the broken mussy. Super fun route and pretty good exposure on the arÍte.
|By C Miller|
Sep 29, 2011
Long, exposed and lots of fun - get on it!
|By Justin Tomlinson|
From: Monrovia, CA
Oct 20, 2012
Haha! That biner is still up there to back the broken mussy hook. It is showing signs of wear.
From: San Jose, CA
5 days ago
Don't climb this without checking out the anchors with some binoculars. As of April 2013, both mussy hooks were broken and the left-behind biner looked pretty sketchy. We told some locals who said they knew a guy who could fix this. Hopefully they passed on the message! Have fun and stay safe.