Western Farm Service
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|Type: ||Trad, 1 pitch, 35 feet|
|Consensus: ||5.8 [details]|
|FA: ||Rick Shull and Jim Hammerle, 1989|
|Season: ||All year (depending upon snowfall)|
|Submitted By: ||Rick Shull on Oct 17, 2006|
Agina Sedler on Western Farm Service. Unknown clim...
Fun, easily protected crack right of Es Muy Bueno. This climb ends at the large block wedged on the ledge.
Obvious crack right of Es Muy Bueno.
Larger nuts and medium cams.
BETA PHOTO: Coyote Crag with the top of the Doc Holiday Wall v...
Barbara Fredette at the start of WFS.
Johnson topping out
|Comments on Western Farm Service
|By Bill Olszewski|
From: Colorado Springs, CO
Oct 10, 2010
Sweet video! And by some random act of fate, that's my friend Taylor belaying for Bye Crackie, and then climbing as I belay. ha ha
|By Simon Hatfield|
From: Los Angeles, CA
Apr 26, 2011
Short, insecure, and a death block up top that wants to eat your rope. If you're looking for a trad climb in the area with a similar grade, Psychedelic Sluice is WAY more fun.
|By Tristan B|
From: La Crescenta, CA
Jul 18, 2011
This route is pretty lame. It's like face climbing with a crack for protection. The crack is pretty shallow so cams are ok in it but there are lots of spots for nuts.
|By Chris D|
From: the couch
Oct 16, 2011
"This route is pretty lame. It's like face climbing with a crack for protection."
Right, sort of like that other lame climb, "The Line" at Lovers Leap.
This isn't The Line, but I'm just saying, that's no criteria by which to be dismissive of a route's quality. It's a short, tricky, decent route.
I don't know about the "death block." It would take more force than a single climber could provide to dislodge it.
|By Colin Schour|
From: Big Bear Lake, CA
Apr 30, 2012
Not a big fan. The climb lends itself more towards face climbing than it does working the crack.