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Routes in Comanche Ridge (NW Ridge of Comanche Point)

Southwest Ridge, Comanche Point S 5.10+ 6b+ 21 VII+ 20 E3 5b R
Type: Sport, 2800 ft, 12 pitches, Grade IV
FA: A. Frost, Z. Harrison
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Shared By: A. Frost on May 9, 2010 with updates
Admins: Greg Opland, Luke Bertelsen, JJ Schlick

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Begins at the base of the Redwall on the SW ridge, climbs through the Supai, traverses left at the base of the Coc and joins the "Agave Variation" to the NW (Comanche) ridge.


See Comanche (NW) ridge "Getting There" description.


A thousand bolts.
Justin Skaare
Boulder, CO
Justin Skaare   Boulder, CO
Seconded beta request ... or really just a description to reach the base ... Bueller, Bueller? Apr 18, 2016
Looking to do this in early May, if anyone can send over beta I'd appreciate it. Conditions, trip reports, anything :) Apr 4, 2013
This looks super cool! So psyched someone is putting up a line or two in there. So much of the Redwall is utter choss but obviously there is boundless potential. Mar 11, 2013
  5.10+ R
jayci   Flagstaff
  5.10+ R
Just did this route car to car starting at midnight and ending around the same time the next day. A real adventure climb! There are many possible ways through the Coconino. The Agave variation was great climbing. Nice find! I would call this a very fair grade V effort. Mar 8, 2013
Chris Tatum
Flagstaff, AZ
Chris Tatum   Flagstaff, AZ
I just bolted a sit start variation for the first pitch, 27 bolts 45 feet... bumps the grade to 5.11b/c... which will help my stats on 8a

Nice work on this line by the way. Looks like a hell of an adventure. May 21, 2010
A. Frost  
That'll work. May 10, 2010
When are you guys going to quit grid bolting these sport areas ?

Nice job, post a photo with the line drawn, or at least a cryptic Harvey style description. "Approach from end of Tanner, East to base of gulley, follow up until possible to traverse to west and summit." May 10, 2010