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RRMFP (Ray Ringle Memorial Face Problem)

V4, Boulder, 15 ft (5 m),  Avg: 3 from 2 votes
FA: unknown
Arizona > Southern Arizona > Tucson Area Bou… > Sanctuary > RRMFP Complex

Description

Low start on the horn under the prow. An early knee-bar leads to a jug on the arete then work across the face heading left to good holds on the upper left part of the wall.

Location

Lowest boulder downhill in the group. SDS on the right arete. Descend by walking left then downclimb/jump at the next boulder.

Protection

Pad + spot. The landing slopes down from left to right but is relatively clear of large rocks.

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3 of 3. ...then a funky dish. Photo: Kreidel Collection
[Hide Photo] 3 of 3. ...then a funky dish. Photo: Kreidel Collection
1 of 3. Coming around the corner from the start... Photo: Kreidel Collection
[Hide Photo] 1 of 3. Coming around the corner from the start... Photo: Kreidel Collection
2 of 3. ...to the nice round hold.. Photo: Kreidel Collection
[Hide Photo] 2 of 3. ...to the nice round hold.. Photo: Kreidel Collection
RRMFP on the right.
[Hide Photo] RRMFP on the right.

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Chris Prewitt
Tucson, AZ
  V4
[Hide Comment] I know he's not dead yet. Apr 14, 2012
Off White
Tenino, WA
[Hide Comment] Well, and if Ray was dead his memorial should be a fair bit harder than V4. Feb 17, 2019
[Hide Comment] Ray is not dead and he's quite the climber that's for sure. Jun 16, 2020