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Cult of Suicidal 


Type:  Aid, 4 pitches
Original: A5+ [details]
FA: Jim Beyer-solo-2001
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Submitted By: Jim Beyer on Jan 25, 2016

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RAIN, WET ROCK and RAPTOR CLOSURES: The sandstone around Moab is fragile and is very easily damaged when it is wet. Also please ask and be aware of Raptor Closures in areas such as CAT WALL and RESERVOIR WALL in Indian Creek MORE INFO >>>


The line is obvious from the white rim as the seam line to the right of the line with the long bolt ladders.Pitch 1 .9 A3+ up the east face route of Outlaw Spire then veers left up seam to belay below roof.Pitch2 A6a 90 foot runout up seam with ground fall potential.belay@2bolts Pitch3 A4 hook left then up seam to belay under roof with one bolt Pitch4A3+ up and left to summit


old guide books call this spire Outlaw Spire


A6 rack- This route was put in (2001)with original (first generation)birdbeaks. Modern(2016) beaks(fifth generation) had not been invented yet

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By Jim Beyer
Jan 25, 2016

After summiting Cult of Suicidal,I noticed a park ranger on the road .Upon descent the ranger notified me that bikers on the white rim had snitched on me (hammering is against the stupid rules) in Canyonlands NP.He wrote me a ticket for 50$ and left. Later, driving out,fast and reckless,I approached a group of bikers.I passed some riders then four wheel drifted round a corner spotting an exhausted woman pushing her bike in the sandy doubletrack ahead. She stepped up out of the doubletrack "ditch" and I didn't slow down.I expected her to pull her bike up out of the ditch in the nick of time. She didn't and I drove right over her bike.She started screaming immediately but I didn't stop because I was laughing too hard.
By Sam Fox
From: Burlington, VT
Feb 3, 2016

Hahahah, that's pretty twisted dude.
From: Keswick Cumbria.UK
Mar 28, 2016

Good lad Jim ... Greetings from the UK
By Ryan Giblett
From: Boulder, Colorado
Nov 3, 2016

that's fucked up dude
By Lurker
From: Westwood
Jan 11, 2017

Cool story Jim! You must be super rad!
From: Jackson, WY
Jun 12, 2017

Bad n Rad!

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