Warm Up Roof Rock Climbing
Last light on the Warmup Roof. February 2010
|East Mountain is accessed by Guided Tour Only|
Some areas require a guide.
Warm-up Roof and Kids Stuff wall which sit back to back one facing N and the other facing S used to be a very popular area to warm up. Proximity to the campground and pond parking was good, then people could move on to the Dragon's Den or the Dark Heart from there. The Warm-up roof has good problems in the V2 to V5 range pulling on steep jugs out a 60 degree wall while Kids Stuff wall has a small low roof and a short vertical wall, most of the problems are shorter and some easier stuff as well. Pretty much all the problems are at least OK with Warm-up Roof being the stand out, Guillotine is also quite good. In recent years some very difficult problems have been added to the Warm-up Roof side of things, especial if you consider Slashface and Superfuz part of the area.
A great place to warm up before moving on to the Dragon's Den.
From Pond parking head for the gap between North and East Mountain. As you near the pass cut up left on a trail onto slab on East Mountain. Trend up and right across the slabs crossing a gap at on a wedged boulder at one point. You will first come to Slashface and as that wall tapers down to the right just as you get to the Superfuzz boulder you will be able to easily step up over the wall that Slashface was on. You will be looking right at Warm-up roof. To reach Kids Stuff, head around the right end of Warmup Roof to find the wall on the back facing the opposite direction.
Weather station 8.1 miles from here
12 Total Climbing Routes
['4 Stars',0],['3 Stars',4],['2 Stars',4],['1 Star',4],['Bomb',0]
Classic Climbing Routes in Warm Up Roof
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Mountain Project's determination of the classic, most popular, highest rated climbing routes for Warm Up Roof:
Mojo V10 7C+
PG13 Boulder, 18'
Featured Route For Warm Up Roof
Mojo V10 7C+
: Hueco Tanks
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Start on the "trailer hitch" hold and a foot out right power through hard to hold pinches and slap your way to the angled jug. Most people drop off from here, but for full value do the top out. The feet are choss, but as long as your track hands and feet you'll be fine. 3 stars for awesome holds, powerful movement and a fine landing. -1 stars for being a drop off or for the chossy highball top out....[more] Browse More Classics in TX