Female Mud Massacre
||Trad, 1 pitch, 50'
|Original: || YDS: 5.10a French: 6a Ewbanks: 18 UIAA: VI+ ZA: 18 British: E1 5a [details]|
|FA: ||(TR ) Ross Eyles, John Strand, Tim Callaghan, October 1983, FL: Todd Gordon and Marge Floyd, November 1989|
|Season: || |
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|Submitted By: ||Roger Linfield on Jun 23, 2006|
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The climb is a wide flared chimney and overhanging hand crack that angles up and left from the chimney. It's a short route, but a fun one.
Up and left from the wall with Grain Surgery, but it also faces southwest. It starts with an obvious groove/chimney.
A #4 Camalot and some hand and fist-sized gear
By armand rollice
From: rancho cucamonga
Feb 27, 2008
Did this climb because it was there. Went to do Super roof. So I thought this route looked good. It was it was very challenging. The gear very small the first 15 feet or so and the crack grainy. The moves were very technical and awkward. Stemming the move going over the roof solid fist jamb (3.5 cam) was awesome.It this route gets more traffic to clean it up a bit. That would be great.
By toddgordon Gordon
From: Joshua Tree, California
Dec 20, 2011
Margie and I did NOT do the FA of this climb......maybe the first lead (Nov. 1989), for I believe it was in the guide as a top rope, and I led the climb......the name Female Mud Massacre is too mature for my tastes anyways....FA was Ross Eyles, John Strand, Tim Callaghan 10-83.....that's alot of years between the FA (top rope) and our "first lead"....I bet someone else beat us to the punch.....anyone else have in their notes an earlier lead.....