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Mugre Mugre

Mugre Mugre starts at the bottom of a large flake two routes to the right of Don Quixote in the Virgin Canyon.

Climb strait up the large flake on good laybacks and small feet. Towards the top the bolts end and you follow the shallow dihedral up left to the anchor of Mexico in Flames. Either fiddle in a nut or run it out to the top.

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Mike Holley
Boone, NC
 
Mike Holley   Boone, NC
 
Nice Lay backs, side pulls and face climbing!! Very fun and the retro bolting takes away form the R factor for most of the climb. The beginning and end will however get your blood pumping with some slightly longer run outs! A Few variations can be done with this route and the Bass guidebook can be slightly confusing on describing this area. Jan 10, 2012
Pink Thunder
Sacramento, CA
 
Pink Thunder   Sacramento, CA
 
Fun, fun, fun, FUN. Jan 27, 2016
Sherie Lou
Washington, DC
 
Sherie Lou   Washington, DC
 
Don't follow the route line in Dane's book; go straight up/slightly right instead of up the unprotected ramp on the left. Retro bolting made for a much better lead. There's one spinner towards the top, but 8 bolts + 2 bolt anchor excluding the spinner. Feb 6, 2016
Jon Jones
Penticton, B.C.
Jon Jones   Penticton, B.C.
Both Mugre and Mugre Mugre share the first 5 bolts. Just above the 5th bolt, Mugre heads hard right and Mugre Mugre (original) heads slightly left to a corroded bolt with a spinning hanger and then up to an easy ramp which is followed to the same anchor as Mexico in Flames. Feb 13, 2017
Jay Morse
Hooksett, New Hampshire
 
Jay Morse   Hooksett, New Hampshire
 
Best pitch at the grade in Potrero. Definitely G-rated, with the exception of getting to that first bolt, which is only 5.8 or so. Jan 19, 2018
When in doubt, go left near the top! Otherwise you'll use a bolt from the line to the right (Mugre) and skip the crux.

Other than the high but easy first bolt, this route is very well protected. Feb 20, 2018