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Sit start with low left crimp side pull and low right hand on sloper on the arete. Make hard move up and right to a huge pinch, then go left to a small crimp and stay strong for the top out.
Submitted By: Old Timer
Location: MA : Spring Pond Woods : First Boulder

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Sit start with a pair of pocket-edges. From there, move up through a shelf and chicken head to reach an easy mantle.
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Submitted By: Nick Reecy
Location: CO : Grand Junction Area : Unaweep Canyon : Nine Mile Hill : Blue Moon Boulder Area : Fertile Crescent Area : Tomorrowland Boulder

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The first 30' of this climb is fairly continuous, past the 1st bolt at 20'. Good climbing at the grade (5.7/5.8). The best way to "lead" it is to clip your rope into the first bolt on the way down from rapping the route to the right which share the same chains.
Submitted By: clive curson
Location: UT : Maple Canyon : Right Fork : Walls of Liberation

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The climb has some 5.6/7 moves in the lower half and again after a small "cave". The anchors are set back which creates friction when lowering off. One can use the anchors to the left which are higher and create less rope drag. A good route.
Submitted By: clive curson
Location: UT : Maple Canyon : Right Fork : Walls of Liberation

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The climbing does not let up much with the crux at about 60% height. Tall people can rest below the crux by stemming across the chasm.

The belaying area is somewhat steep and loose. The route enjoys partial shade from the rock behind it, in the morning, then again in the afternoon. This is a nice group of moderately graded routes, especially together with the routes around Bombs over Baghdad.
Submitted By: clive curson
Location: UT : Maple Canyon : Right Fork : Walls of Liberation

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Fun short line with a crux as you pull over the top.
"Warren
Submitted By: Merrick Schaefer
Location: International : Europe : Norway : Trndelag : Flatanger : Sandmaelen

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This is a body-width-ish chimney, so named due to the fact that this little rock band is what blocks the cell tower from reaching the Buuveit camp. You can get good service from the top of this rock band.

The route is fairly straightforward and easy with a little muscling and opposing forces required to make the top out move at the top of the chimney.
Submitted By: Nat D
Location: International : Asia : Mongolia : Terelj : Buuveit Camp Area

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This route is just staying on top of the northern tail of the monolith. It is so named because it gradually gets a bit harder across the pitches. Pitch one is blue square, 2 green circle, 3 black diamond.

It is very low 5th through the 3rd pitch where it tops out on the monolith. The crux is a slabby and hard to protect 3rd pitch to the top.
Submitted By: Nat D
Location: International : Asia : Mongolia : Terelj : Dughana Khad

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This route starts on the right edge of the monolith beta photo for the area, and leads off the frame to the right, topping out at the same place as Ski Resort.

The crux is a few moves on the 3rd pitch to negotiate a dihedral/chimney.

The "start" of the route is somewhat vauge, kind of a choose your own adventure. On the north east side of the monolith, look for a nice starting point anywhere on the class 3 slabs underneath the eroded cave-ish wall. Make your way up and to the climbers left until you can see a notch/chimney leading to the eastern false summit. Shoot from there.

This route was actually very fun, all easy slab through the trees, very wandering for the first 2 pitches. The 3rd pitch is the most fun and get you on the summit.

The top-out is small so keep things organized. The route-finding to the rappel point may actually be considered another pitch as you will want to protect it.
Submitted By: Nat D
Location: International : Asia : Mongolia : Terelj : Dughana Khad

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Slipper goes up the main right facing corner on the north face of Lambda, then exits on the left.

Pitch 1. Start in a short corner to the right of the main corner. Move to the left at an obvious opportunity only some ten feet up. This is the crux move of the entire climb. Follow the corner with occasional short excursions to the right for easier climbing. Belay after corner makes its first large detour to the right, above the yucca. The pitch is short, but next good belay opportunity is good distance from here.

Pitch 2. The corner becomes much easier for a while, but soon after as the terrain steepens, protection becomes harder to find. Climbing remains in 5.6 range or below, but the rock is covered with lichen in places and somewhat crumbly as well. Pitch ends after the second trip to the right on a comfortable ledge.

Pitch 3. Start to the left by stepping onto the top of the large block the corner has led around. Go up the right side to arete on left, then follow arete. There will be some bushes/trees in the groove to the right of it. Go up several steps, hanging generally left of straight up. Finish either in the clean corner going left or along the wrinkles on the right. Either alternative is protectable.

Alternative, and cleaner, Pitch 3: Go right from Pitch 2 belay and connect trivially to Pitch 3 of We Are Off.
"North
Submitted By: Marta Reece
Location: NM : Las Cruces Area Climbing : Organ Mountains : North Organs : Lambda Wall

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Name and grade from Bockino/Ward guide. Chossy down low and dirty up high, but still good fun. Start matched on a hollow, fragile jug on the steep face. Top out on good jugs.
"Snap
Submitted By: andyf
Location: WA : Northeast Corner & Spokane : Spokane Area : Tum Tum : Bouldering

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Here's a way to hog both warm-ups at once. Starts to the left of Total Wayist. Climb a finger crack in a stem-box past some chockstones (5.10) to a shelf. Then climb some easy terrain up and right to cross through Total Wayist. Skip the bolt (good pro next to it), and traverse right on a big juggy flake. The flake is a little hollow, but you can get a bomber thin cam in the crack just above the top of the flake. Make a cruxy traverse (10d) to the right and then scramble up the last bit of Waste Not, Whip Not to finish at the same anchor.

The start of this climb is unpleasant, but the crux at the top is sort of cool. A better variation would be to climb the first half of Total Wayist and then finish on Solid Waste.
Submitted By: Bryan G
Location: CA : Yosemite National Park : Yosemite Valley : Public Sanitation Wall

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Climb to the old piton 20 feet up, move right for gear and holds. Continue up, zig zagging a path of least resistance (and best gear) until you reach the ledge below the 40 foot tower. Climb the tower, following a line that includes two oddly placed (are both necessary?) pitons midway up.

The are no anchors, so you must build a gear anchor for the belay and it would be easiest to downclimb the tower (5.1). We did manage to wrap the rope around the top most horn/highest point of rock, then move an end far left to reduce the drag enough to pull the rope after rappelling.
"Southwest
Submitted By: Kevin Heckeler
Location: NY : Adirondacks : Indian Lake Region : Chimney Mountain

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Start sitting on two obvious holds in the center of the face. Pull off the ground and hit the pocket to the right, then reach up to jugs and an easy top out.
"The
Submitted By: matthewWallace
Location: NH : Lakes Region : Sandwich Notch : Sandwich Notch Bouldering : Pulpit Rock Area

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Spire it up is an old A4 aid route. I have begun free-ing the route and the first 2 pitches are ready to go! You can enjoy the first pitch and second pitch climbing and then easily rappel back to the base.

Pitch 1: over hanging tight hands in the dihedral. Pass the original hanging belay (fixed nuts) and proceed up and eventually left to a nice ledge and bolted rap anchor. A unique pitch due to its over-hanging nature. great stemming up high.

Pitch 2: step back right into the dihedral and climb the arc-ing line up and to the right until the crack disappears. Boulder past 2 bolts to get to the anchor. This is a really great pitch.


Rappel from first pitch with 1 70m rope. Rappel directly down from second pitch with 2 60 m ropes.
Submitted By: ben ditto
Location: CA : Yosemite National Park : Yosemite Valley : Cathedral Spires Area : Higher Cathedral Spire

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