Cross-Eyed and Painless
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Prominent arete at eastern-end of the Dogwood Crag. Stiff crimpy climbing down low; steep with big moves up top.
8 bolts, chains.
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|By Jonathan Vickers|
May 2, 2013
I had upgraded some of the older fixed nylon and aluminum to stainless cables and biners only to come back and find them stolen. My thought was that if anything is going to be fixed on a classic line like this it should be stainless. If you happened to take those draws for an ethical reason please contact me so I can get my draws back and for a civil discussion. If you removed them for any other reason please return them to Crosseyed and Painless for future climbers.
Jul 12, 2009
Is it true that the original start is on the right side of the arete? Some guys climb the faint crack just left of the arete to start.
But starting on the polished jugs for This Aint No Party is more fun than either, with the rest of the climb at .12d? If you're like me and want to work this but haven't redpointed, going left is a lot less taxing if you still need to figure out the rest.
From: Small Lake, UT
Jul 13, 2009
Sent? Super proud considering the grease factor. Congratulations!!
|By Bart Ridd|
From: SLC, UT
Nov 6, 2010
Tried this climb this morning, damn hard! But fun! Definitely rated correctly.
Sep 9, 2011
First two bolts (just right of the arete)involve a V7ish boulder problem. Mantle and pull up to the super cool, overhanging arete (12c/d from mantle).