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Areas = 15
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Location: California > San Bernardino Mountains > Big Bear Lake Area > Big Bear North > Holcomb Valley Pinnacles > ... > Igor Unleashed (5.10c)
By: William Domhart When: Sep 23, 2013

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Comments: Tricky climbing above the roof. Its definitely all there and pretty safe. I didn't plug anything for the roof, but there are options for plugging a piece. Try to avoid using the corner to stem and traverse into the moves around and above the 3rd bolt for a real challenge.

Edit: This is not a sport climb. Its Arrgh-rated if you don't plug a piece between the first and second bolt. Would definitely be a painful fall to botch the roof.

Location: California > Central Coast > Hwy 33/Ojai > Sespe Gorge (Black Wall) > Glory Days (5.11)
By: William Domhart When: Feb 25, 2013

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Comments: Thanks to whoever replaced the old bolts and anchor on this route. Fun, dynamic climbing at the bottom to a spicy slab move to gain the left side before easing up. This was my first 5.11 lead and I thought it was well protected. Height dependent as others have echoed.

Location: California > Central Coast > Hwy 33/Ojai > Wheeler Gorge > Goulara (5.10c)
By: William Domhart When: Feb 25, 2013

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Comments: The line directly under the anchor is burly as hell. Led the Arete route that goes up the left side of the arete (5.9?), led Goulara, and TR'd the line directly underneath. Couldn't pull the moves after the undercling under the last mini roof before the anchors. 5.12+? Great way to get thrashed at the end of the day. Plugged a #2 to pro the start of the climb. Fun climb, bolts and anchors looked good.

Location: California > Central Coast > Hwy 33/Ojai > Sespe Gorge (Black Wall) > Ending Crack (5.7 PG13)
By: William Domhart When: Feb 18, 2013

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Comments: For the 2nd pitch, we did a variation where I moved to the left aiming towards the big tree on the ledge after the crack ended. Had to run it out because the rock quality was pretty bad, but it was fun and spicy. We only had 1 60-m rope, so we descended down the gulley and rapped 15-20 feet to the platform.

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