REI Community
Casket Quarry ICE
Select Route:
A) The Alpine Route 
B) Crescent S 
C) Turkey Chute S 
D) Bare Hug S 
DD) Open Casket S 
E) Deer Bait S 
EE) Cat Bait S 
F) Cat's Paw S 
G) Crocodile Tiers S 
H) Strike Three S,TR 
I) The Chimney S,TR 
J) Shaken, Not Stirred S 
K) Extra Dry Vermouth S 
L) Martini S 
M) Ledag'er TR 
N) -unfinished- S 
NN) Off-road S 
O) Reefer Madness S 
P) Blind Faith S 
Q) Big Blue - ICE 
R) Big Blue: LEFT Mixed Finish S 
S) Big Blue: CENTER Mixed Finish S 
T) Big Blue: RIGHT Mixed Finish S 
U) Turning To Stone S 
UU) Drop Off S 
V) Thin and Bear It S,TR 
W) Off-Ramp S 
X) The Ramp 

NN) Off-road 

M7

   
Type:  Sport, Mixed, 80'
Original: M7 [details]
FA: First tr'd by James Loveridge. Equipped and FA by Dave Rone. Nate Erickson, Kris Gorny, first and second onsights.
New Route: Yes
Page Views: 208
Submitted By: Dave Rone on Jan 19, 2015

You & This Route  |  Other Opinions (2)
Your todo list:
Your stars:
Your rating: -none- [change]
Your ticklist: [add new tick]
Your opinion of this PAGE:    [0 people like this page.]
Dave Rone on FFA of his "Off-road". Jan ...

Description 

A LOT of loose blocks and flakes were removed from this line, but as the name implies, you won't find bomber laser-cut slots, cracks, and edges. Although very little came off during its first three leads, there are some holds and features that will succumb to gravity. Work your way carefully through the flakes, holes, and edges, and you'll find fun, varied climbing on rock that improves as you get higher, and cruxy as you get alongside the ice dagger.

Of course some years, there will be more or less ice, and I suspect that the route will be harder without the ice. There are bolts all the way to the top so it can be climbed with no ice.

The name is inspired partly by the characteristics of the route, but also by the off-road ditch ride I had as a result of nodding off on the way home. Got lucky on that I'll tell ya.

Location 

The route start is about half-way between Ledaig'er and Reefer Madness, the bolt line will be obvious. Rappel or lower from the fixed anchor at the back of the ledge at the top.

Protection 

12 bolts (all in very solid rock) and screws for the ice, then go to the rappel anchors high on the back wall of the big ledge at the top.


Photos of NN) Off-road Slideshow Add Photo
Rock Climbing Photo: "Off-road". Dave Rone on FFA. Jan 18, 20...
"Off-road". Dave Rone on FFA. Jan 18, 20...
Rock Climbing Photo: As you can see in the photo, Off-road is between L...
BETA PHOTO: As you can see in the photo, Off-road is between L...

Comments on NN) Off-road Add Comment
Show which comments
- none yet -

Mountain Project

The Definitive Climbing Resource

MTB Project

Next Generation MTB Trail Maps

Powder Project

Backcountry Ski Maps & Secret Stashes
FREE Stickers · Gyms · RSS · School of Rock · Contact · About