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Anarchist , The S 
Blinded By The Puss T,S 
Bloody Beetroots, The S 
Captain Moonlite T,S 
Clark Bar Crack T 
Cold Vein , The S 
Dyno Problem TR 
Edgy T,TR 
Exposed TR 
Fear The Wolf T 
Food Pyramid T,TR 
Forearm Frenzy T 
Half crack TR 
Hollow Head Crew/Forearm Direct T,S 
Its Own Spirit T,S 
Jungle Face T,TR 
Kilometer Variation 
Kyles Corner T,TR 
Lisa's Layback T,TR 
Magic Central S 
Marmalade T,TR 
Modern Collective T,S 
Mudskipper, The T,TR 
Noriega - AKA - Bolt or Jolt TR 
P&H T 
Pisces T,TR 
Psycho Jap S 
Ridiculoid  T 
Shape Shifter S 
Silver Wings S 
Sirius T,TR 
Sleep Walker Arête, The S,TR 
Spider T,TR 
Super Slab T,TR 
Super Vivid 
Tickery T,TR 
TRad Crack T,TR 
Trickery T,TR 
Twilight Singer T 
Wallow In The Hollow  T 
We Don't Toprope T 
Zeitgeist T 
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The Anarchist  

YDS: 5.13b French: 8a Ewbanks: 29 UIAA: IX+ ZA: 30 British: E7 6c

Type:  Sport, 1 pitch, 50'
Original:  YDS: 5.13b French: 8a Ewbanks: 29 UIAA: IX+ ZA: 30 British: E7 6c [details]
FA: Ryan Richetelli
New Route: Yes
Season: Fall or Spring
Page Views: 385
Submitted By: Echoinfi on Sep 23, 2012

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BETA PHOTO: The Anarchist.


This route starts to the left of Psycho Jap in a obvious corner just right of the Captain Moonlight start. It starts off in a nice and mellow corner and then eventually turns into a nasty trail of small nickel edge sized crimps up a slightly overhanging wall. Bring one small cam for the bottom. Crimpy and intense on the skin. The route finishes on the technical, exciting, and slopey finish of Psycho Jap. Ryan fell off the top out twice before sending.

This is probably the hardest climb at Chatfield Hollow.


Psycho Jap wall.



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By GymRat
Sep 23, 2012

Thanks for the vision shylo.
By Morgan Patterson
From: CT
Sep 24, 2012

Great work Ryan!! Looks freakin awesome!
By Zane Dordai
Jul 28, 2013

This climb appeared to have its own separate anchors to the left of Psycho Jap and a separate finish. Is this the case or are you supposed to traverse? Or was I crazy and are the anchors the same? The topout definitely looked tough either way. Pretty psyched to try this thing out soon.
By Echoinfi
Jul 29, 2013

Traverse right and finish on Psycho Jap.

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