This photo is actually of the pinnacle known as "Moot Point". The route is 5.8 and to my knowledge the FA party is unknown on this route. Paul Muehl once told me he believed I might have gotten the FA of this route in 1981. The "Poorperson's Guidebook" lists this route. "Tiki" is the rock on the left side of the photo.<br>
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I believe the BH Climbers Coalition recently replaced the anchor bolts and other aging hardware on the rock "Tiki" to clear up matters... not to mention the route "Ocean Spray" is just to the right of the original route on Tiki. The original route on Tiki has fixed gear on it. - Thanks B.
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JFM
Jul 22, 2013
This photo is actually of the pinnacle known as "Moot Point". The route is 5.8 and to my knowledge the FA party is unknown on this route. Paul Muehl once told me he believed I might have gotten the FA of this route in 1981. The "Poorperson's Guidebook" lists this route. "Tiki" is the rock on the left side of the photo.

I believe the BH Climbers Coalition recently replaced the anchor bolts and other aging hardware on the rock "Tiki" to clear up matters... not to mention the route "Ocean Spray" is just to the right of the original route on Tiki. The original route on Tiki has fixed gear on it. - Thanks B.
Brent Kertzman
Black Hills, SD
Brent Kertzman   Black Hills, SD
This photo is actually of the pinnacle known as "Moot Point". The route is 5.8 and to my knowledge the FA party is unknown on this route. Paul Muehl once told me he believed I might have gotten the FA of this route in 1981. The "Poorperson's Guidebook" lists this route. "Tiki" is the rock on the left side of the photo.

I believe the BH Climbers Coalition recently replaced the anchor bolts and other aging hardware on the rock "Tiki" to clear up matters... not to mention the route "Ocean Spray" is just to the right of the original route on Tiki. The original route on Tiki has fixed gear on it. Jul 23, 2013

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This photo is actually of the pinnacle known as "Moot Point". The route is 5.8 and to my knowledge the FA party is unknown on this route. Paul Muehl once told me he believed I might have gotten the FA of this route in 1981. The "Poorperson's Guidebook" lists this route. "Tiki" is the rock on the left side of the photo.<br>
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I believe the BH Climbers Coalition recently replaced the anchor bolts and other aging hardware on the rock "Tiki" to clear up matters... not to mention the route "Ocean Spray" is just to the right of the original route on Tiki. The original route on Tiki has fixed gear on it. - Thanks B.