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ZENYATTA ENTRADA RACK


Original Post
apoet · · AZ · Joined Oct 2015 · Points: 193

I am planning to head to Arches during Spring of next year, and want to make sure I will have plenty of gear for Zenyatta. Can anyone provide advice regarding what I should leave behind, or any necessary gear I have left off the list.

Here is the protection we currently plan to bring:
BD CAMALOT
C3 GREY (000)
C3 PURPLE (00)
C3 GREEN (0)
C3 RED (1)
YELLOW (.2) OLD
GREY (0.4) OLD
C4 PURPLE (0.5 ) X2
C4 GREEN (0.75) X3
C4 RED (1) X2
C4 YELLOW (2) X2
C4 BLUE (3) X2
C4UL GREY (4)
C4 PURPLE (5)
C4 GREEN (6)

CCH ALIEN
BLACK X3
BLUE
GREEN

CCH ALIEN HYBRID
BLACK/BLUE X3
BLUE/GREEN
GREEN/YELLOW
YELLOW/GREY
YELLOW/RED
GREY/RED

TOTEM
BLUE (.65)

OP LINK CAMS
PURPLE (.75)
RED (1)
GOLD (2)

RIGID STEM FRIENDS
1?
1.5?

TRICAMS
WHITE (.125)
BLACK (.25) X2
PINK (.5) X2
RED (1)
BROWN (1.5)
BLUE (2) X2

NUTS
DMM OFFSETS #7-#11 X2 SETS
DMM WALLNUTS #6-#11
VARIOUS NUTS X2 SETS
BRASS RP #1-6
HB OFFSET BRASS #0-6
HB BRASS #0-3
VARIOUS MICROS X15

CAMP BALL NUT
BLUE (1)

If we wanted to finish the route in two casual days, could we fix the first 3 pitches with two ropes? If not, how should we split the pitches across two days?

Is there much hooking besides the one move one pitch 4?

What large hook should we bring for pitch 4?

How many tie offs should we bring?

How many wire rivet hangers should we bring?

Are 6 screamers enough?

Are hand placed beaks useful?

Are hand placed angles/sawed offs useful?

a.l. · · Unknown Hometown · Joined Jan 2008 · Points: 5

We used a big hook-Fish or Ibis, I can't remember which, to move through blown out pin scars. No other iron-I'm sure we weren't carrying beaks or sawed off angles.

Zenyatta
We climbed it over 20 years ago, so my recollections about other details are fuzzy. Fun route though.
Guideline #1: Don't be a jerk.

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