REI Community


Member Since: Apr 6, 2004
Last Visit: May 17, 2007
Contact Hillary Davis

Point Rank: # 2,639
Total Points: 295

57 Compliments
How do you get points?
Areas = 15
Routes = 10
Photos = 5
Approach Trails = 4
Page Improvements = 3



Where has Hillary Davis been climbing?










Contributions


All 81 | Routes 5 | Areas 3 | Approach Trails | Photos 40 | Page Improvements | Comments 26 | Posts | Stars 7 | Ratings
Page 1 of 2.  1  2   Next>   Last>>

Contributed Comments

 

Location: Arizona > Northern Arizona > Winslow Areas > Jacks Canyon > Main Wall > Bats in the Belfry (5.11a)
By: Hillary Davis When: May 17, 2007

view comment >>
Comments: ...for Main Wall. Which is to say, it's one of the easiest routes on that wall. Moderate is relative.


Location: Arizona > Northern Arizona > Winslow Areas > Jacks Canyon > Main Wall > Bats in the Belfry (5.11a)
By: Hillary Davis When: May 7, 2007

view comment >>
Comments: Outstanding moderate (for Main Wall).


Location: Arizona > Northern Arizona > Winslow Areas > Jacks Canyon > Casino Cliffs > Sports Book (5.10a/b)
By: Hillary Davis When: Apr 28, 2007

view comment >>
Comments: Meh. Worth doing once.


Location: Arizona > Central Arizona > The Homestead > Bone Town > Milk Bone (5.10a)
By: Hillary Davis When: Apr 28, 2007

view comment >>
Comments: D'oh. You're right. It was late, and I get the names mixed up anyway. The short 10a is Milk Bone. Yes, the 5-bolt 11a is Wishbone. Fixed it.


Location: Arizona > Northern Arizona > *Northern AZ Bouldering* > Flagstaff Bouldering > Buffalo Park
By: Hillary Davis When: Apr 2, 2007

view comment >>
Comments: I don't believe in "secret handshakes" (and anyway, how could you possibly keep the Buffalo Park boulders secret?); I do believe in good juju. The guys down at boulderingtopo.com are a couple of Flag locals who have worked hard to make some nice PDF guides for areas that previously never had official guides. I never knew of specific problems here til I got their guide, and any problems I'd have put here I'd have thus jacked from them. Not cool. Support small business and make a deposi... more >>


Location: Arizona > Northern Arizona > Winslow Areas > Jacks Canyon > Casino Cliffs > Progressive Slots (5.6)
By: Hillary Davis When: Mar 21, 2007

view comment >>
Comments: Best "first lead" in the canyon.


Location: California > Los Angeles Basin > Angeles National Forest > Williamson Rock > Mushroom Boulder > Mushroom (5.8)
By: Hillary Davis When: Mar 21, 2007

view comment >>
Comments: Aww. I miss this silly little route.


Location: Arizona > Central Arizona > The Homestead > Bone Town > Milk Bone (5.10a)
By: Hillary Davis When: Mar 21, 2007

view comment >>
Comments: The stars are for the fun power moves and the handlebar itself.


Location: Arizona > Southern Arizona > Mount Lemmon (Santa Catalin... > La Milagrosa Canyon > Main Wall > Valentine Arete (5.9-)
By: Hillary Davis When: Mar 21, 2007

view comment >>
Comments: Rather polished from traffic, but this is one of the first routes I ever finished instead of snivelling to be lowered from :)


Location: Arizona > Central Arizona > The Homestead > Welcome Wall > Peanut Butter Cracker Lover (5.8)
By: Hillary Davis When: Mar 21, 2007

view comment >>
Comments: PG13? What?


Location: Arizona > Central Arizona > The Homestead
By: Hillary Davis When: Mar 21, 2007

view comment >>
Comments: The best Arizona crag that nobody's climbing at.


Location: Arizona > Northern Arizona > Winslow Areas > Jacks Canyon > Cracker Jack Cliffs > Sinker (5.5)
By: Hillary Davis When: Mar 21, 2007

view comment >>
Comments: Aesthetic and a must-do novelty, but by no means classic. I wouldn't stick a conservative beginning leader on a traversing route like this, but that's just me. Bakes in the sun and inaccessible during periods of high water.


Location: Arizona > Northern Arizona > Winslow Areas > Jacks Canyon > Cracker Jack Cliffs > Snap, Crack, or Pop (5.9)
By: Hillary Davis When: Mar 21, 2007

view comment >>
Comments: I climbed this again in March 07 and it only had 3 bolts. You don't HAVE to hand jam but sticking a foot jam is really the only way to get past that little crack section. "Cute" route. May as well.


Location: Arizona > Northern Arizona > Winslow Areas > Jacks Canyon > Cracker Jack Cliffs > Jackson Five Ten (5.10a)
By: Hillary Davis When: Mar 21, 2007

view comment >>
Comments: A legit 5.10 with a funky start (bonus points if you avoid the tree). This isn't a 5.8 calling itself 5.10 that you think Jacks is full of. Worth doing.


Location: Arizona > Northern Arizona > Winslow Areas > Jacks Canyon > Cracker Jack Cliffs > Step Right Up (5.9)
By: Hillary Davis When: Mar 21, 2007

view comment >>
Comments: Awkward.


Location: Arizona > Northern Arizona > Winslow Areas > Jacks Canyon > Casino Cliffs > Crack Dealer (5.11a/b)
By: Hillary Davis When: Mar 21, 2007

view comment >>
Comments: Crux is fun but it's a 3-move wonder. Most of the route is 5.7 jug and ledge paddling.


Location: Arizona > Northern Arizona > Winslow Areas > Jacks Canyon > Casino Cliffs > Mickey Goes to Vegas (5.9)
By: Hillary Davis When: Mar 21, 2007

view comment >>
Comments: Not bad, but by no means great. Without the ears, it's not even "Mickey."


Location: Arizona > Northern Arizona > Winslow Areas > Jacks Canyon > Casino Cliffs > Double or Nothin' (5.9)
By: Hillary Davis When: Mar 21, 2007

view comment >>
Comments: Quite possibly the worst route I've done at Jacks.


Location: California > High Desert > New Jack City > Box Canyon East > Lethal Rock > ... > Photo
By: Hillary Davis When: Mar 20, 2007

view comment >>
Comments: HEY MAN!!!!!!! That photo is so much cooler when you click on the full-res view (I got it printed, btw. I'll give you a copy.)


Location: Arizona > Southern Arizona > Mount Lemmon (Santa Catalin... > Mount Lemmon (Catalina High... > 6 - Mid-Mountain > ... > Who's Your Wizard (5.11)
By: Hillary Davis When: Jul 4, 2006

view comment >>
Comments: I love thrashing on routes knowing I have the "short" excuse in reserve! ;)


Location: Arizona > Southern Arizona > Mount Lemmon (Santa Catalin... > Mount Lemmon (Catalina High... > 6 - Mid-Mountain > Munchkinland Area
By: Hillary Davis When: Jul 4, 2006

view comment >>
Comments: Schweet! A plug for my Web site!


Location: Arizona > Northern Arizona > Sedona Area > West Sedona > Chimney Rock Area > ... > Photo
By: Hillary Davis When: Jun 20, 2006

view comment >>
Comments: AHHHHH!!! :-P


Location: Arizona > Southern Arizona > Mount Lemmon (Santa Catalin... > Mount Lemmon (Catalina High... > 6 - Mid-Mountain > ... > Ridgeback (5.5)
By: Hillary Davis When: Jun 20, 2006

view comment >>
Comments: I really like this route, and honestly, it's worth the hike for this alone. Yes, for a bolted 5.5. The little summit is nice and the views are lovely, and the climbing is very mellow, enjoyable bucket-hauling. It's fun for beginners, but it would NOT be a good toprope- it's best to second your partner up and scramble down the notch (or rappel if that's your thang). I've heard you can place gear, but I didn't find it even close to necessary, personally.


Location: Arizona > Southern Arizona > Mount Lemmon (Santa Catalin... > Mount Lemmon (Catalina High... > 1 - Lower Highway > ... > Warden (5.7 R)
By: Hillary Davis When: Jun 20, 2006

view comment >>
Comments: I have it on good record that the right-hand anchors belong to a 5.10 TR, and I think it's going to be bolted (not by me) as a sport lead.


Location: Arizona > Southern Arizona > Mount Lemmon (Santa Catalin... > Mount Lemmon (Catalina High... > 1 - Lower Highway > ... > Warden (5.7 R)
By: Hillary Davis When: Jun 19, 2006

view comment >>
Comments: The route will be fun unless/until it falls down... choss aside, it's steep and different for Lemmon.


Page 1 of 2.  1  2   Next>   Last>>

Mountain Project

The Definitive Climbing Resource

MTB Project

Next Generation MTB Trail Maps

Powder Project

Backcountry Ski Maps & Secret Stashes
FREE Stickers · Gyms · Contact · About