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Shared By: Scott Tucker on Jun 4, 2006
Admins: Greg Opland, Luke Bertelsen, JJ Schlick

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Thin moves on the lower part, crux is around the 2nd/3rd bolt. Squeezing the Lemmon says 5.9, but there was a discussion once with the consensus being more like 5.10. Fun face climb.


Leftmost route on Mr. Meanor wall.


Bolts & chains.


Tucson, AZ
JMo   Tucson, AZ
Why not call it 5.8. Makes you seem really badass... Nov 22, 2015
Tomily ma  
This climb is super fun. I've seen people climb but it never really drew me in until today and I loved it. Nov 1, 2015
Nick Henscheid
Tucson, AZ
Nick Henscheid   Tucson, AZ
Tricky start, fun .9 climbing after that. Feb 25, 2013
Adrian Allred
Tucson, Arizona
Adrian Allred   Tucson, Arizona
Feels like a stiff 5.9, don't think it's quite in the 5.10 territory Oct 8, 2012
Tucson, Arizona
NickMartel   Tucson, Arizona
I think its 5.10. Definitely the hardest route on this wall, by quite a bit. The no-feet-smearfest, pressing up against upside-down crimpers, body tension, one finger crystal crimping, starting bulge is the crux, then it becomes a 5.8+/9 crimp-fest like the rest of the routes on this wall and eventually ledges out near the top. Its amazing when you are thankful you finally reached a 1/4" edge "jug". Sustained. An awesome route. Dec 12, 2011
Great climb. It is a 5.9. May 15, 2010
Derek Anderson
Derek Anderson   Tucson,AZ
I"m not very smart, but I know this climb is tricky Oct 25, 2009
susan peplow
Joshua Tree
susan peplow   Joshua Tree
If you're a .9 climber I'm thinking you may be at your limit on that start. Technical and committing moves to get started; afterwards might soften to the .9 range.

5 bolts to chain anchors. Apr 20, 2009