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Danny Birchman
Nov 20, 2022
My favorite description in any Dixie Craggers. As well as accurate in my foggy memory. 2 inch suction cups… View Comment
Greg Mullen
Aug 5, 2020
The description is a bit deceptive. There aren't any anchors up at the large pine tree. You are going to wa… View Comment
clearance clarence
Dec 10, 2017
Now Professor Charles Elrod was in on the 1st ascent of this line. Please make the appropriate correction. View Comment
Russ Worley
Nov 12, 2017
Really enjoyable slab climbing. If you make it out to Winter's Respite, this is not to be missed. View Comment
sammy raviv
Nov 12, 2017
Looks like a key hold broke on moves just after the last bolt. I think it makes this route harder now.… View Comment
Adam Kunis
Apr 4, 2016
Excellent bolting on an excellent climb! View Comment
Chris Sanders
Apr 3, 2016
Gear is fairly sparse down low and definitely not a great first lead. Otherwise, great, tall route with an… View Comment
James Dowdy
Apr 30, 2015
John Vermont led this route in the Fall/Winter of 1987/88...moreover, this was NOT the first time he'd led… View Comment
Alex Jones
Jan 17, 2015
I think the PG13 is because it gets a little run out low on small gear (especially if you dont have a trica… View Comment
Scott Perkins
Jul 12, 2014
I believe this is on Loose Block over on the Winter Wall, not Pickin n Grinnin. View Comment
Scott Perkins
Jul 12, 2014
I believe this photo shows a climber on a route on Winter Wall called Loose Block 5.7. This is not Pickin n… View Comment
Scott Perkins
Jul 12, 2014
I believe this photo shows a climber about 20ft up a route on the Winter Wall- Loose Block 5.7 View Comment
Tom Caldwell
Mar 10, 2013
Definitely not 5.8 gear. Mary chose a ball nut as the first piece. It was bomber as well. View Comment
Tom Caldwell
Mar 10, 2013
Do people use the crack out right at the last bolt or that thin crimp that flexes off the wall? View Comment
Russ Moore
Oct 28, 2012
Fun route that I keep coming back to. Protects well with small pro and a nice tricam placement for a first… View Comment
Jeff Mekolites
Mar 26, 2012
The first intial moves on this are thin and bouldery. You can probably stick clip the bolt for the start.… View Comment
Scott Perkins
Nov 10, 2009
Climbed both Registration Arch and Hairdressers On fire this past Sunday(Nov 2009) and the tree in question… View Comment
saxfiend
Nov 10, 2007
Finally got up the nerve to lead it; skittered off the thin starting section and blew the redpoint. It's b… View Comment
saxfiend
Jul 31, 2007
High Infidelity it is. I've moved the photo to the correct location. View Comment
Jeff Mekolites
Jul 30, 2007
Looks like the bottom High Infidelty. View Comment
BirminghamBen
Jul 30, 2007
Thanks Rob... View Comment
BirminghamBen
Jul 30, 2007
Winter's Respite...thin down low. View Comment
saxfiend
Jul 30, 2007
This is High Infidelity, a really nice line. Actually it's in the Winter Wall section, not White Wall. View Comment
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