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Mutiny in Manila

5.10a, Trad, 70 ft (21 m),  Avg: 2.5 from 6 votes
FA: Andy Fitz and Ed Mosshart (September 1987)
Washington > Southeast Casca… > Tieton River > Bend > Bend North


Mutiny in Manila is an excellent finger and thin hand crack which felt somewhat sustained with poor feet at times but also had a lot of good finger locks.


Start on the left hand side of the broken pillar on which Tongue 'n Cheek is located. At the top of the broken pillar move right and climb the finger and thin hand crack.


Gear to two inches. Shares a chain anchor with Tongue 'n Cheek

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Anna Climbs
[Hide Comment] Probably no moves harder than 10a, but just about every single move above the broken pillar is 10a, with few decent rests. I think that calls for a 10b rating. I also say 10b relative to the other 10a's at the Bend west, Bend Prow, and the Royal Columns. We did this climb first as 2 pitches, with an anchor on top of the broken pillar. Your choice of multiple starts, but I prefer starting up the wide-ish crack directly below the pillar because it has some nice hand jams. Bring a BD #4 if you want to project yourself on the final moves to the top of the broken pillar. Jun 14, 2020