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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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Shared By: Tommy Wilson on Apr 7, 2008
Admins: Greg Opland, Luke Bertelsen, JJ Schlick

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A marathon boulder problem by Tucson standards (10+ moves), Javelina Left starts on a right facing block at the base of the seam just as the cave itself becomes accessible. Prepare for a good hamstring burn as you utilize multiple heel hooks to move left and up through pinches, edges, crimps, and slopers. Finishes a little off the deck with a terrible landing. Try to stay right on the positive edge on the face as it is hollow and certain to pop someday. Don't be the 'popper'.


Left side of the Javelina Cave just around the corner from the drilled wall.


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Tommy Wilson
Tucson, AZ
Tommy Wilson   Tucson, AZ
aside from being a bit sharp (thus limiting the number of burns per day), this thing is a must do if you're living in or passing through Tucson. Apr 13, 2008