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Best 5.10 Sport Crags


Kevin Mokracek · · Burbank · Joined Apr 2012 · Points: 275
master gumby wrote:

Doubt it 

Jeff was cranking hard at Suicide looooong before you were even a twinkle in yer mammas eye.   

David Lyons · · Forest Falls, CA · Joined Jun 2006 · Points: 110
Dave Sharp wrote: Fairview mtn in apple valley,Holcomb in big bear

Glad you didn't mention Riverside Quarry - keep that treasure for locals only!

Locker · · Yucca Valley, CA · Joined Oct 2002 · Points: 2,269

Another "Sport" bolted area with loads of .10's in a tight and easy access area = New Jack City, Guidebook to the area is current (Has routes into the .12's and above?)

Plus decent (free) camping at the crag.

With somewhat clean bathrooms, if bathrooms are your thing.

Topped off with a real stupid little kiddie playground, with a dinosaur theme.

Another is FAIRVIEW, Apple Valley area (New Guidebook just came out)

Dave Sharp · · Big bear California · Joined Jun 2018 · Points: 110
David Lyons wrote:

Glad you didn't mention Riverside Quarry - keep that treasure for locals only!

The quarry sucks

Tim FromMaine · · Maine->Colorado->California · Joined Jul 2009 · Points: 6

I'm interested in this topic also. Suicide is great but sometimes it's nice to not fear for life or limb while climbing between bolts. If you had to choose between a weekend at New Jack or Apple Valley what would it be? Best camping? Fewer crowds? Better rock? Sun/Shade?

jellybean · · Unknown Hometown · Joined Feb 2013 · Points: 0

Both are good for moderates. New jack has more oppertunities to chase sun/shade. Camping is good at both areas. More people at new jack, but rarely crowded. Applevalley u might see another party or two.

Locker · · Yucca Valley, CA · Joined Oct 2002 · Points: 2,269

"If you had to choose between a weekend at New Jack or Apple Valley what would it be? Best camping? Fewer crowds? Better rock? Sun/Shade?"

New Jack...

Guy Keesee · · Moorpark, CA · Joined Mar 2008 · Points: 311

New Jack!  
The ORG is always good, 365 days per year- unless the snow is flying in Bishop.
Lots of what you’re looking for at Pine Creek also.

AND for those of you who don’t know- Master Gumby is not DMT. Far from it!!

And I know for a fact that Jeff has been climbing 2x longer than MG has been alive. We know his Mom.   

Welcome to California! Enjoy your trip. 

master gumby · · Unknown Hometown · Joined Jan 2016 · Points: 152
Guy Keesee wrote: New Jack!  
The ORG is always good, 365 days per year- unless the snow is flying in Bishop.
Lots of what you’re looking for at Pine Creek also.

AND for those of you who don’t know- Master Gumby is not DMT. Far from it!!

And I know for a fact that Jeff has been climbing 2x longer than MG has been alive. We know his Mom.   

Welcome to California! Enjoy your trip. 

what is your definition of DMT then?


you don't know anything about the master gumby then apparently....
Jeffrey Constine · · Los Angeles, CA · Joined May 2009 · Points: 603

“You don’t a thing about the master Gumby”

We all do now lol

master gumby · · Unknown Hometown · Joined Jan 2016 · Points: 152
Jeffrey Constine wrote: “You don’t a thing about the master Gumby”

What language is that? It sure as hell isn't English. Maybe you should learn how to spell first. I am especially disappointed and you should be ashamed if that is your grammar especially if you "have been climbing twice as long as I have been alive" .... Your ass is that old and still can't speak English.... Just sad 

Jeffrey Constine · · Los Angeles, CA · Joined May 2009 · Points: 603
master gumby wrote:

what is your definition of DMT then?


you don't know anything about the master gumby then apparently....

 Just quoting what you had written about yourself.  So much hatred you have at such a young age, I know a good DR if you need help.

Guideline #1: Don't be a jerk.

Southern California
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