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Contributed Routes

Name Rating Type Location Date

Pumping In Rhythm

5.11b/c 6c+ 23 VIII- 24 E4 6a (14)

Trad, 1 pitch, 85'

North Carolina > Rumbling Bald > Screamweaver Area

Oct 12, 2010

Contributed Photos

Photo Caption Location Date
Rock Climbing Photo: The descent route off Lone Eagle Peak.

The descent route off Lone Eagle Peak.

Colorado > Alpine Rock > ... > North Face (5.7)

Sep 18, 2017

Rock Climbing Photo: Rough topo of extended upper pitches. There is one...

Rough topo of extended upper pitches. There is one protection bolt on the upper 5.11 pitch, otherwise we left no fixed gear for anchors or protection in 2008.

South America > Peru > ... > Karma de los Cóndores (5.11+)

Aug 10, 2017

Rock Climbing Photo: Original Karma de Los Condores marked in red, most...

Original Karma de Los Condores marked in red, mostly moderate but sometimes tricky and scary climbing through benches marked green, and our two pitch extension marked in yellow. Hatun Ulloc, Cordiller

South America > Peru > ... > Karma de los Cóndores (5.11+)

Aug 9, 2017

Rock Climbing Photo: Cleaned up version of the topo for printing.

Cleaned up version of the topo for printing.

Colorado > Alpine Rock > ... > Kidnapper Van (5.11+)

Jul 7, 2017

Rock Climbing Photo: Top Climbing Access Victories from 2013

Top Climbing Access Victories from 2013

Forums > General Climbing > 20% off All Access Fund Mem...

Dec 16, 2013

Rock Climbing Photo: Go Lenore!  Photographer: mattkkelley.wordpress.co...

Go Lenore! Photographer: mattkkelley.wordpress.com/cate... From: ukclimbing.com/images/dbpage.h...

Colorado > Eldorado Canyon SP > ... > West Crack (aka Star Wars) (5.8)

Jul 10, 2012

Rock Climbing Photo: Getting psyched for the traverse, wishing there we...

Getting psyched for the traverse, wishing there were any feet. By Paul Gagner.

Colorado > Alpine Rock > ... > Cary Granite (5.11c)

Jun 27, 2012

Contributed Comments

 

Location: Colorado > Alpine Rock > Indian Peaks > Lone Eagle Peak > North Face (5.7) > Photo
By: Brady Robinson When: Sep 19, 2017

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Comments: Descent info: the summit ridge runs for about 200 meters south, then it jogs east briefly, before continuing to the south. Follow the ridge, either on it or walking beneath it on the east side, until it ends and jogs east. At that point, if you are still at the top of the ridge, head down and northeast, maybe 50 meters or so. You will see a faint trail with the telltale steps worn in the vegetation. When the faint trail ends, look back south for a rocky traverse that heads up through a gap and g... more >>


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By: Brady Robinson When: Sep 19, 2017

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Comments: Agreed, here's the route I took: mountainproject.com/v/11360237...


Location: Colorado > Alpine Rock > Indian Peaks > Lone Eagle Peak > North Face (5.7)
By: Brady Robinson When: Sep 18, 2017

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Comments: Many people seem to advocate going down off the ridge shortly after making the summit, but I thought the very best part of the route (maybe even better than the crux pitch?) was the ridge traverse after the summit! There is about 200 meters of incredibly exposed walking, hand traversing, and scrambling to be had. If you can take the exposure, I highly recommend staying on the ridge. I was able to stay on it the entire way until the final gendarme.

I hesitate to add more regarding the descent, b... more >>


Location: South America > Peru > Cordillera Blanca > Ishinca Valley > Karma de los Cóndores (5.11+)
By: Brady Robinson When: Aug 9, 2017

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Comments: Dave Anderson and I extended the route to the top in 2008, adding some scrambling and 5.9/5.10 through the middle benches, and a 5.11 and a 5.9 pitch up the spectacular upper arete. See topo photo. More info at alpinist.com/doc/web08f/newswi...

Dave also made a video of our ascent. Note that the title is inaccurate in that ours was not the first ascent of the peak. Hats off to Wayne and Kevin for a great route.




Location: Colorado > Alpine Rock > RMNP - Rock > Glacier Gorge > McHenry's Peak > Kidnapper Van (5.11+)
By: Brady Robinson When: Jul 10, 2017

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Comments: Good route, worth the hike! We did the first 2 1/2 pitches as a long single pitch of simul-climbing, making our first belay at a ledge with a large, obvious pointy flake about 20 feet below the 10+ corner. Then we did the 10+ corner plus the initial 5.11 corner as our second pitch, ending at a nice ledge. Our third pitch finished off the final 5.11 sections. Splitting the last two pitches up this way made good sense to us, even if you don't simul-climb the bottom.

The belays are really nice... more >>


Location: Colorado > Alpine Rock > RMNP - Rock > Petit Grepon > Southwest Corner (5.9)
By: Brady Robinson When: Jun 27, 2017

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Comments: On par with the South Face route, and I actually liked it better -- more adventurous and certainly less crowded. The belay ledges are all great as well. It's just an incredible alpine rock experience up there. I highly recommend taking this variation at the top: "P7b. You can continue up through a small bulge and double cracks above and then angle right to the obvious notch below the overhanging summit blade and belay on the east side of the notch." From that belay, you can get to ... more >>


Location: Colorado > Boulder > Boulder Canyon > Easter Rock > The Penguin (5.12b/c)
By: Brady Robinson When: Jun 2, 2017

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Comments: Juggy flake is gone! Now you hit the recently revealed holds just above the 4th bolt. Go up left to a sloping flake in the corner, then dyno up to the sloper over the lip. Fun new 5.12 moves.


Location: Colorado > Boulder > Boulder Canyon > Easter Rock > The Joker (5.11b)
By: Brady Robinson When: Jun 2, 2017

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Comments: The route still goes in its new form, it's actually more interesting now. From the highest layback next to the rock scar, exit left on slopers and mantel onto the pillar. Maybe a little harder now?


Location: Colorado > Boulder > Boulder Canyon > Easter Rock > The Joker (5.11b)
By: Brady Robinson When: May 13, 2017

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Comments: The rockfall event referenced by mc kaiser was major - there was debris visible all around the base of the route today. The trail itself was damaged by the impact. It is miraculous that no one was injured, it easily could have killed the belayer. We did not climb the route but found a few large rocks around the base with chalk on them, so we knew a part of a route and fallen off.


Location: South America > Chile > Valle Cochamó > Anfiteatro > Al Centro y Adentro (5.11c)
By: Brady Robinson When: Mar 19, 2017

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Comments: Incredible route. Agree the RP corner is one of the best; it looks like 5.12R from below, but it's all there! Loved the variety and the setting, summit is incredible too. Do this route.


Location: Colorado > Boulder > Eldorado Canyon SP > The Bastille > The Bastille - N Face > Madame Guillotine (5.12)
By: Brady Robinson When: Oct 8, 2012

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Comments: News Flash - All nine bolts on Madame Guillotine were recently replaced. All new bolts are 1/2" x 4.75" stainless Powers 5-piece. Allegedly completed by masked bandits with bad attitudes and a beat up Bosch.


Location: Colorado > Boulder > Eldorado Canyon SP > The Bastille > The Bastille - N Face > Hairstyles and Attitudes (5.12b/c)
By: Brady Robinson When: Oct 8, 2012

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Comments: Thanks to 3 recent sorties by members of the Action Committee for Eldorado, all old ring bolts are now removed, holes are pretty well camouflaged. Also, rings were added to the anchor at the bottom just in case anyone were to rap from there. FYI, those old ring bolts are a pain to remove. A Dremel tool with lots of batteries and lots and lots of fiber cutting wheels was the ticket, much easier than a reciprocating saw or hand saw. Pulling them out by force seems like a bad idea - forces are grea... more >>


Location: Colorado > South Platte > Buffalo Creek > Obscure Buffalo Creek Rocks > deGaulle's Nose free route (5.11c)
By: Brady Robinson When: Mar 12, 2012

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Comments: Seemed really easy for the grade, compared to other routes in the area. One thin finger lock and a foot smear and you're through the crux. You can load up gear from an OK stance. Great way to finish off the day, worth the very short hike. Getting off is a little interesting. I would recommend against the OW downclimb. There is a way to hop over a small chasm to a flat flake on the side towards the road.


Location: Colorado > South Platte > Buffalo Creek > Da Butts > Igor Unleashed (5.11c)
By: Brady Robinson When: Mar 12, 2012

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Comments: Crux is gnarly and still evolving. Pretty hard even at 12a if you asked me, but I'm not a slab master....


Location: Texas > Barton Creek Greenbelt > Seismic Wall A.K.A. Maggie'... > Cuttin' Cards for a Poke (5.12a/b)
By: Brady Robinson When: Dec 29, 2011

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Comments: Great route! Basically a quick, reachy boulder problem just before the anchor. Look for the twin kneebar bat hang just before the crux and get your camera ready. Tried to pull the mantle at the end past the anchor for extra credit, not enough gas in the tank...


Location: Colorado > Boulder > Eldorado Canyon SP > The West Ridge > West Ridge - part C - Pony ... > Conversions (5.12 X)
By: Brady Robinson When: Dec 11, 2011

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Comments: Fun toprope, no interest in leading this thing however.


Location: Colorado > 10 Mile Canyon > Mount Royal (near Frisco) > Royal Rocklette Arête (5.11a)
By: Brady Robinson When: Oct 5, 2011

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Comments: I agree with John - our rain ascent was memorable and fun! The crux was so wet that chalk made the holds much worse and involved a few campus moves with feet dangling uselessly below. That said, there is enough friction to climb this route when it is wet, the lichens aren't that bad. I nearly killed John with a rock which had been hiding in a bush during an attempt to sneak past a slabby crux down low. The many bolts keep the commitment level relatively low. A fun romp, not quite three star qual... more >>


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