Type: Sport, 55 ft
FA: unknown
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Shared By: Manjushri on Jan 11, 2013
Admins: Larry DeAngelo, Justin Johnsen

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Access Issue: Red Rock RAIN AND WET ROCK: The sandstone is fragile and is very easily damaged when wet. Details


A steep start on chocolate patina leads straight up to a slab finish.


The right hand route on the wall.


5 bolts to chains.


Jon O'Brien
Jon O'Brien   Nevada
route name from the big lebowski?

real men also cry mr. lebowski, real men also cry Jan 15, 2013
Brandt will give you the details. Jan 15, 2013
Brandt Allen
Joshua Tree, Cal
Brandt Allen   Joshua Tree, Cal
Huh? Jan 15, 2013
MN norske
Austin, MN
MN norske   Austin, MN
solid 10 due to the thin end if you stay on route Mar 18, 2014
Michael Richichi
Portland, OR
Michael Richichi   Portland, OR
Jumped on this route for a warm up after only glancing at the first half (5.8?). The last half is a completely different style of climbing (slab, 5.10). The crux is between the last bolt and the chains. I'm 5'7" and couldn't reach the mostly horizontal rail with a good hold right before the chains. I have no problem climbing at this grade, it was just too reachy for me. Aug 18, 2014
Did this as well for a "warm-up." I would call the top 5.10 and height dependent. It's not too bad when you figure out the sequence that works for you. Nov 21, 2014
Morgan Nutting
Bishop, CA
Morgan Nutting   Bishop, CA
Definitely found the route reachy and tricky at the slab finish, my taller friends did it with ease though. Had to dyno to the finishing jug, took a fall before sticking it. Good clean fall line though, fun route. Nov 27, 2014
Alex Costakis
Denver, CO
Alex Costakis   Denver, CO
Easier for someone taller. I would have liked a stick clip for the first bolt. Oct 17, 2016
Bouldery at the bottom and delicate balance up top. Pendulum swing if you don't get the sequence down up top Jan 17, 2018
Weston Hamilton
Denver, CO
Weston Hamilton   Denver, CO
A mid 5.10, 10 b seems reasonable but it gave all of my partners difficulties in the first few feet. You need good finger strength for this one. Once you hit the slab it eases up and you can get some rest for a few before you fire through the slab crux. I liked this one. Apr 1, 2019