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Location: Arizona : Southern Arizona : Mount Lemmon (Santa Catalin... : Mount Lemmon (Catalina High... : 1 - Lower Highway : ... : Blank Card 1 (5.9)
By: Ezra Ellis When: Nov 11, 2016

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Comments: Contrived route, loose rock, 30 pound death block near the anchor.
The rest of this wall was great !!

Location: North Carolina : Cedar Rock : Cedar Rock - Main Wall : unknown 5.9- (5.9-)
By: Ezra Ellis When: Nov 15, 2015

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Comments: A good route, a oo metolius tcu protects the exit moves.

Location: North Carolina : Crowders Mountain
By: Ezra Ellis When: Mar 10, 2015

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Comments: Have to disagree with the above posters, I would only climb here if you are a local, or can't climb somewhere else.
After 15 years climbing, I have never seen worse rock quality , or more garbage strewn around the base of the climbs (probably from the tourons, not the climbers).
Stay away unless you like trash!

Location: Georgia : Currahee Mountain : Slab Area : Stranger than Friction (5.9+)
By: Ezra Ellis When: Feb 6, 2015

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Comments: This is a great route, I'd stick clip the first bolt and be solid on 5.10 slab for this one.

The first block is gone so the pro is sketchy at the remaining flakes.
Jody, the first assentionist, said he may add a bolt; which would turn it in to a G rated route,
Currently it is X rated IMHO!

Location: Georgia : Currahee Mountain : The Buzzard Wall : Buzzard Breath (5.9-)
By: Ezra Ellis When: Dec 1, 2013

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Comments: Probably 5.8 at the hardest IMO, a touch far to the first bolt, but the holds are jugs.
Thanks Jody for a great route!!!!!
I used a .75 Bd camalot between the 2 and 3rd bolts and a #2 at the top.

Location: North Carolina : Big Green : Joke the Chicken (5.9 R)
By: Ezra Ellis When: Oct 26, 2013

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Comments: Have to agree with Nathan on this one, you also need a #3 camalot for the belay.
Fairly fun route if you don't have to lead it or don't mind getting hurt!!!

Location: Georgia : Tallulah Gorge : Main Wall : Mescaline Daydream (5.8)
By: Ezra Ellis When: Aug 31, 2013

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Comments: Is it possible to rap the route with a single 70 Meter Rope, or are two 60s mandatory????


Location: North Carolina : Linville Gorge : Hawksbill Mtn : Middle Hawksbill : Green Wall (5.7)
By: Ezra Ellis When: Aug 30, 2013

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Comments: How do you find this route?????

Location: North Carolina : Linville Gorge : Table Rock : Hidden Crack (5.7)
By: Ezra Ellis When: Aug 26, 2013

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Comments: A true classic, protects well after the initial runout on 5.4 terrain.
Anchor the belayer to the large tree.

Location: Idaho : Heise Rock
By: Ezra Ellis When: Jun 28, 2013

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Comments: There is no way I'd pay to climb this garbage rock!!!
dirty, loose, dangerous and expensive, what's not to like??

Location: Idaho : City of Rocks : Steinfell's Dome : Sinocranium (5.8)
By: Ezra Ellis When: Jun 23, 2013

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Comments: Climbed it in 3 long pitches with a 70 meter, clipped like every 3rd or 4th bolt on the easy parts!
5.8- for a ratting

Location: North Carolina : Linville Gorge : Shortoff Mountain : Maginot Line (5.7)
By: Ezra Ellis When: Oct 26, 2012

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Comments: Great route,
Probably want a 4 and a 5 camalot (new sizes) for the first pitch.
crux is the first pitch imo.

Zoo view is the best 5.7 in NC however...:)

Location: Idaho : The Sawtooth Range : Finger of Fate : Open Book (5.8)
By: Ezra Ellis When: Sep 20, 2012

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Comments: Loved this route a real classic,
Highly reccommend taking a 4 and 5 camalot (new sizes),
and doubles in 1,2, and 3 camalots

P1= 170 feet
P2= 190 feet
P3 100 feet
P4 100 feet
P5 90-100 feet

Location: Idaho : Massacre Rocks
By: Ezra Ellis When: May 29, 2011

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Comments: Rattle snake

There is a rattle snake in may of 2011 on the all american wall 50 feet to the climbers left of Rawhide

Contributed Forum Posts

Topic Title Forum Author Date
re: Beginning climbing around Nashville Southern StatesEzra EllisApr 15, 2017
re: Hidden ValleySouthern StatesEzra EllisMar 15, 2017
re: Moore's Wall- Indian Head DirectSouthern StatesEzra EllisFeb 17, 2017
re: Tallest routes in AL, TN, and GASouthern StatesEzra EllisJan 19, 2017
re: Buzzard Breath at CurraheeSouthern StatesEzra EllisDec 12, 2016
re: Tell me about your favorite North Carolina multipitchSouthern StatesEzra EllisNov 1, 2016
re: Crags are NOT Dog ParksSouthern StatesEzra EllisOct 31, 2016
re: Linville Gorge RecommendationsSouthern StatesEzra EllisSep 20, 2016
re: Good places to crag/camp in Southeast?Southern StatesEzra EllisJul 17, 2016
re: Zoo View Stuck Gear (Moore's Wall, NC)Southern StatesEzra EllisMay 24, 2016
re: double ropes for moores / linville / etc?Southern StatesEzra EllisMar 25, 2016
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