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Sep 12, 2018
Caleb: there are now two sets of bolted anchors on the top. View Comment
Oct 11, 2017
Some tips on getting to Thakhek: The most direct way is to fly from Bangkok to Nakon Phanom (also in Tha… View Comment
Aug 13, 2017
Stellar! View Comment
Oct 10, 2016
Awesome route! The first pitch follows the crack line with some jamming. The second pitch is quite short,… View Comment
Jul 11, 2016
If you blow the crux, there is an excellent chance of smashing onto the large ledge below. View Comment
May 1, 2016
Prior to the FA, two ginormous dirt clods blocked the final moves. There was an epic battle between Jack a… View Comment
Apr 1, 2016
Chiang Mai Climbers has made their Crazy Horse guidebook available in app format. It is essentially the sa… View Comment
Mar 30, 2016
My vote for the best 5.10 sport climb anywhere. Reasons: 1. Setting! It is in an enormous cave. 2. Approach… View Comment
Apr 6, 2015
To extend on Steven's comment, if the quick link fails you are also toast. I saw several people toproping t… View Comment
Jan 28, 2015
Severe rope drag on lead, and much worse on toprope. Recommend descent via rappel to minimize abuse to you… View Comment
Oct 26, 2014
You can also skip the lower portion and start at the right side of the handline. View Comment
Apr 22, 2014
Need to have a second to clean draws, versus retrieve on rappel. View Comment
Aug 4, 2013
If you are going to climb this on trad gear, you will benefit from having more mid-sized cams than stoppers… View Comment
Apr 4, 2010
I placed red and gold camalots in the upper corner. A couple of blue camalots (#3) are also useful. View Comment
Mar 28, 2010
My gear list: 3.5, 4.5, and 5 camalot, two 9" Valley Giants. View Comment
Nov 17, 2009
There is a discussion thread available with updated approach beta: mountainproject.com/v/arizo… View Comment
Oct 27, 2009
The Fisher Tower turnoff is actually by milepost 21, not 27 as listed in the description. And, as of Octob… View Comment
Jun 29, 2009
Gates are sticky on the drop-in anchors. View Comment
May 10, 2009
My gear list: 0.3 to 3.5 camalot. View Comment
May 10, 2009
My gear list: Placed a blue camalot at the start, then gold and a 2.5 friend. This is my favorite route in… View Comment
Apr 11, 2009
This route get an 'R' rating for the unprotected upper crux section. Bolt anchors have recently appeared… View Comment
Apr 11, 2009
I thought this was a pleasant route, definitely a nice addition to the Pinnacle Peak slab circuit. You… View Comment
Feb 16, 2009
The beta photo of the first pitch is worth bringing along: We spent awhile looking around before deciding t… View Comment
Feb 16, 2009
The direct start is fun. Definite ledge-smacking potential if you blow the upper crux section. View Comment
Jan 26, 2009
There are more bolts on the first and fourth pitches than on the route description: I think 5 on P1, and ma… View Comment
Sep 25, 2008
Albert's Shuffle is another nice route at Band M. It is short but stout: 5.10+ -- emphasis on the plus, I… View Comment
Sep 25, 2008
There's a large, loose block just below the second bolt that we marked with an 'x'. I also had a phonebook… View Comment
Sep 13, 2008
FA was done on Aug 28 & 29 of 1982. I had learned how to hand jam on the crack machines that were up in… View Comment
Nov 6, 2006
First two pitches are stiff for the grade, but very cool. The fourth pitch is challenging as well. Th… View Comment
Sep 25, 2006
The upper handcrack is friendly, but long. Think I placed four #2 camalots and a #3 in the upper corner.… View Comment