Type: Sport, 80 ft
FA: Louie Anderson (1998)
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Shared By: Benjamin Chapman on Dec 3, 2009 with improvements by Micah Klesick
Admins: jt512, M. Morley, Adam Stackhouse, Salamanizer suchoski, Justin Johnsen, Vicki Schwantes

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"Immaculate" climbs the smooth golden face up to and over a small bulge. The pitch continues up the water polished, black headwall. While the lower portion, below the bulge is bullet hard rhyolite, above the bulge the route continues to evolve. Careful of loose holds.


Middle of Dream Street. East of the Kamikaze Cave and before Easy Street. Ten feet left of Annihilator.


7 bolts to 2 open shuts.


G Halsne  
Benjamin, curious to know what you thought of Immaculate? Interesting pitch. Nov 15, 2014
John Ericson
A Toyota Prius Luxury Mobil…
John Ericson   A Toyota Prius Luxury Mobil…
"Everything the name implies?" A tube worth of glue is certainly not what I was expecting with the name Immaculate. Nevertheless, it is a fun route that is engaging until the end. Apr 18, 2016
G Halsne  
^ No I just meant, what did you think of the climbing? Did you find it enjoyable? May 26, 2016
John Ericson
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John Ericson   A Toyota Prius Luxury Mobil…
"It's the Santa Monica's. John Long characterized it as "vertical mud." No sense in bitching about it. Just make a tube of epoxy part of your rack.
G. Halsne...what I think is that folks should stop toproping through the shuts and place their own gear."

I enjoyed the route and have no complaints with the glue. I highly recommend it. While the route is poorly named, it does not bother me. My annoyance came from the quoted section in the previous route description. Thanks for changing it.

I probably exaggerated the amount of glue, but there is quite a bit up there May 26, 2016
Jeffrey Constine
Los Angeles, CA
Jeffrey Constine   Los Angeles, CA
Ben can't tell you how the route climbs he has never climbed a 5.12, funny that submits climbs he has never done. I can't figure him out. He has never lead a 5.12 in his life. Yes Ben, I did this route first try, get over it. Aug 24, 2017
Joe Wysznski
Joe Wysznski  
one of the best 5.12 at echo. Feels like a limestone route. I didn't find any loose holds including the headwall above the crux. Sep 26, 2017
Benjamin Chapman
Small Town, USA
Benjamin Chapman   Small Town, USA
Jeff...you are such a warm, caring, and charming soul. Thank you for the love and support. Sep 27, 2017