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Travis Soares
6 days ago
Super classic Sedona spire! This is a great climb for aspiring 5.9 trad leader. No move is harder than 5.8+… View Comment
Cameron Cutting
Nov 30, 2020
Super fun p1 and 2. P3 and 4 are kind of just top out nonsense. If summitting isn't important to you just… View Comment
Nolan B
Nov 20, 2020
John- Only one rope is needed for the rappel. Use summit anchor on opposite side of tower (northeast) fro… View Comment
John Knight
Nov 19, 2020
Confused about whether the rap can be done with a single 60m or if we need two. Derek's comment suggested t… View Comment
Tyler Collins
May 22, 2020
Excellent climb. The P1 crux is on par with the first 20 feet of P2, IMO. They both feel every bit of 5.10… View Comment
Ryan Wood
Feb 21, 2020
I must have missed a lot of holds. I’ve climbed old school Joshua Tree 5.11 that went easier than this. View Comment
Shelby Kincaid
Dec 23, 2019
Glad i didn't listen to the condescending douchebags we met who said to do the double rope rappel. way too… View Comment
Jun 3, 2019
Follow J.Snyders beta and have a basic understanding of what the formation looks like and it’s a real easy… View Comment
Jan 3, 2018
really cool route. i thought the 4th pitch was hard and kind of scary. it looked like you could go out left… View Comment
Ivan Cross
Dec 17, 2017
Heh this is Rudy, Flagstaff's parkour-pup here. I hijacked my human's mountainproject profile to tell all t… View Comment
Trevor Bowman
Apr 19, 2017
A great line that is a good shade option. I did the long first pitch as described by Jason, and thought it… View Comment
Ben Thiesing
Jan 7, 2017
Thanks Jeff! View Comment
Jon Ruland
Dec 15, 2016
p1 crux is the hardest move on the route. p2 is nonstop "5.9 moves" with minimal or nonexistent… View Comment
Bill Lundeen
Dec 11, 2016
Awesome route by Sedona standards! Sustained 1st pitch at 5.10 thin hands. A little crumbly at the start… View Comment
Zac Timmons
Nov 2, 2016
I promise I'll put it back one day My partner accidentally cleaned th… View Comment
Bill Lundeen
Oct 24, 2016
This IS a good line! Burly and continuous throughout much of the 1st pitch. An option we did to even out… View Comment
Apr 2, 2016
Looks like your also missing your helmet. View Comment
Derek Field
Mar 2, 2016
Highly recommended for a budding 5.9 trad leader. Lower two pitches are among the cleanest in Sedona, upper… View Comment
Benjamin Chapman
Jan 31, 2016
Nice! View Comment
Nate Young
Jul 20, 2015
Don't bring a #4 sized cam, you don't need it and it's big. Bring extra #1-3 though, the second pitch eats… View Comment
Tony San Felice
Apr 8, 2014
so there is no anchor at the top of the pitch 3 traverse. and the final pitch is easy 5th class climbing. n… View Comment
Max Dismukes
Feb 7, 2014
Be careful pulling your rope. We did the rap in one with two 60s and it got stuck in a chossy dirt clod cra… View Comment
Micah K
Feb 6, 2014
Does anyone know what the climb directly left from rubos (if your looking at it) and around the corner is?… View Comment
Jan 25, 2014
Pitch 1 was good, with good hands the whole way, but awkward feet for the crux move. Bolted Anchor. Pi… View Comment
Andy Laakmann
Apr 23, 2013
Seemed like solid "desert 5.9" to me. The mini-roof on P1 was the crux for me. I had a double rack to #3… View Comment
Jason Halladay
Jan 25, 2013
Thanks J! View Comment
J. Snyder
Jan 23, 2013
This route is "The Quiet Storm". 5.10+ F.A. D.Bloom, T. Cosentino 1999 View Comment
Jul 22, 2012
The anchor that folks above were complaining about may have a different purpose -- it's the anchor for a cl… View Comment
Feb 5, 2012
P1&2 are great. Rock quality goes downhill quickly after that (P3 especially). Cool mantle and great views… View Comment
j mo
Dec 10, 2011
Stellar **** p1 & 2, the rest is fun and quite civilized. I saw the 9+ and 10 ratings on here and was scare… View Comment
J. Snyder
Nov 22, 2011
Updated "getting there" beta: From the 89a drive North on Coffee Pot Dr. At the 1st stop sign turn left… View Comment
Jacob Dolence
Nov 22, 2011
Found a belay device on the approach up to Dr. Rubos, let me know if you lost it and I'll get it back to you. View Comment
Sep 7, 2011
If anyone lost a ring, found at the base of Dr. Rubos, please describe for its return. Fletch View Comment
Aug 11, 2011
A fine summer morning climb! Surprising. First two pitches in the shade, belay in the shade after the third… View Comment
Jason Halladay
Jan 28, 2011
I think "hand jammies" have a bad rap on account of that lame-sounding name. Call them "crack gloves" and… View Comment
Darren Mabe
Jan 17, 2011
wild route. clever route-finding of Dr.Rubo. Classic spire summit. can't beat mid-sixties temps in January!… View Comment