Type: Sport
FA: Mark McNally, Mike Strassman, late 1990's
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Shared By: butters on Jan 30, 2014
Admins: Aron Quiter, Euan Cameron, AWinters, M. Morley, Adam Stackhouse, Salamanizer suchoski, Justin Johnsen, Vicki Schwantes

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Work your way up on sharp crimps and edges. Crux at the 5th bolt.


Starts left of Rodeo Queen.


7 bolts. Mussey Hooks.


Just did this today and found it a good challenge. I've done many 10a's in the Hills, and this was definitely a notch above. 10b seems to be close to my on-sight limit, and I got this one, too. Because I'm 6'4", I was able to climb up a bit on the left and reach over for the clip at the crux then down climb and cross over and up, which is the only way to do it. Where you cross depends on how you envision the crux. My wife at 5'3" crossed lower, a little below the 5th bolt; I crossed a little below the 6th. Stout! Great fun and worth a lap.

BAd Mar 16, 2014
Weston L
this thing definitely felt broken to me this past weekend. obvious feature had fallen off near maybe the 4th bolt? 5th bolt? I'm 5'7 and the climb felt miles harder than anything else of the grade on the Eastside I have climbed. Feb 27, 2017
Yo, Weston! We just did this again and found the same thing. I'm tall and was thinking 10c/d, more like d. My wife--only 5'3" had a real bear of time, so easily 10d or harder for her. This time, however, we stayed more in line with the bolts, and I was able to avoid moving left to the big hold/ledge on the arĂȘte. But hard! Compare this to Blockade Runner, which is classic 10c. This is for sure harder. Dec 9, 2017