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Routes in Javelina Cave and the A Frame

"O" Dyno, The V7 7A+
4 Finger Bush V1 5
A-Frame Crimps V7-8 7B
Arete, The V5 6C
Bad Pinch, Bad! V6-7 7A+ PG13
Block Pinch V1 5
Bush of Evil V5 6C
Drilled Pockets V4-5 6B+
F in A Dyno V6 7A
Guy V2-3 5+
Hueco Placebo V6 7A
Javelina Center V1-2 5
Javelina Left V6 7A PG13
Javelina Right V4 6B
Lip Traverse East V0+ 4+
Little Guy V7 7A+
Maximum Value V9-10 7C+
No Pockets V8 7B
Other Warm-up V0 4
Pocket Stuffer V7 7A+
Rails, The V6 7A
Silverbell Lip Traverse V2 5+
Tage Der Schurzen V10 7C+
Underframe Traverse V7 7A+
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Type: Boulder, 10 ft
FA: unknown
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Shared By: Luke Bertelsen on Dec 22, 2006
Admins: Greg Opland, Luke Bertelsen, JJ Schlick

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Description

Excellent problem. If Tucson has a list of classic boulder problems, then this is right up there with the best of them.

Begin at the left of the undercut and traverse right on small edges to a crux gaston move and throw for the lip. Depending on one's height, this is a feet-off very dynamic move. Throw a heel and top out. Enjoy.

Location

As you approach the A-frame when walking around the upper cave boulder, you will walk right by The Rails on your left before entering the A-frame. There is an undercut to the boulder. The chalk is evident and The Rails is the only problem there.

Protection

Pads are nice, but the landing is OK and not off the deck at all.

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There is a very comfy, sky blue, twin size mattress at the base of this problem which makes for a superb landing. You still might want a pad to cover the big rock when you throw to the lip. Dec 4, 2012
Trey Lewis
Glendale, Az
  V5+
Trey Lewis   Glendale, Az
  V5+
i was trying a tucson version of the rail extension when i saw it flex. it would add a couple moves and a grade or two to climb exit right instead of to the left. Dec 28, 2009
Joe Kreidel
San Antonio, TX
 
Joe Kreidel   San Antonio, TX
 
Was out there today, and the hold is definitely flexy. I think if used solely as a gaston on The Rails, it will last a while. If people are working the project(?) that starts down and right, and uses the gaston as an edge, pulling down and out, it will pop much sooner. Dec 28, 2009
Trey Lewis
Glendale, Az
  V5+
Trey Lewis   Glendale, Az
  V5+
  • **CAUTION*** The far right gaston crimp is very loose and will break if someone pulls hard on it.
Dec 27, 2009
Tommy Wilson
Tucson, AZ
  V6
Tommy Wilson   Tucson, AZ
  V6
fun. would be way harder and way cooler without the glued jug in the roof. also looks like there is a line starting just down and right from the gaston hold that finishes the same but is quite a bit more difficult. Feb 14, 2008
One of the best boulder problems I've been on in a while. Jan 23, 2007