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Climb up the right hand side of a large flake past a lone bolt. Climb past a horizontal crack onto another smaller flake into a section of face climbing above protected by two bolts. This is the crux of the route and it can be avoided by climbing to the right of the bolts in the dark groove. The climb finishes above with some more face climbing and a layback finish protected by one final bolt and some gear. Rock climbing and bouldering pictures and news "Chainsaw
Submitted By: Ryan Lynne
Location: International : North America : Canada : British Columbia : Squamish : The Smoke Bluffs : Cabin Boy's Office
Climbs jugs up and to the right, and then an absolutely beautiful handrail takes you back left, and then up and to the anchors. Short but sweet.
Submitted By: GBek
Location: WA : Okanogan : Mazama : Rhinozone
A bit more difficult than the regular "Chouinard's", this climb starts a few feet right of the base of Chouinard's.

START: Scramble up steep, frozen ground to a stance just to the right of a steep slab of ice.

P1 - Climb the steep slab (3 / 3+) and step left into the gulley. Up this to a tree belay. About 120 ft 3 / 3+

P2 - Continue up the gully until the upper flows are reached. Climb over the steeper "Pillar" (crux 3+ ) to the easier ice above. 120 ft 3+

Descent: Rap the route, or go up and left to reach the walk off at the top of Chouinard's. Rock climbing and bouldering pictures and news "Dog
Submitted By: Robert Hall
Location: NY : Adirondacks : Adirondack Ice Climbing : Chapel Pond and Chapel Pond...
A easy slab on nice rock makes this a good first lead. Run out for the new leader if just using the bolts, some gear might be desired. Start at the toe or rock and clip the first bolt. From here slab up and right to the 2nd and to the anchor. Rock climbing and bouldering pictures and news "The
Submitted By: pinskey
Location: NH : WM: Franconia Notch : Echo Crag : The Slabs
A long fun easy climb, with a really easy middle section.
Submitted By: Merrick Schaefer
Location: International : Europe : Norway : Trndelag : Flatanger : Sandmaelen

Submitted By: Ken Miller
Location: MT : Testament Slabs
A short, comfortable stemming problem with a ton of positive edges and ample, secure footholds. A great warm-up problem!

Beware when looking above of dirt-showers! Rock climbing and bouldering pictures and news "Crumbly
Submitted By: Vedant Desai
Location: PA : Southwestern Highlands : Pittsburgh : Seldom Seen : Watkins Wall
Climb directly up the face to the right of the rounded arete, avoiding any of the bigger holds on Big Reach Arete.
Submitted By: Euan Cameron
Location: CA : Sierra Eastside : June Lake Area : * June Lake Bouldering : Hartley Springs : Warm Up Ridge : Big Reach Arete Boulder
Directly from guidebook: "Stem corner, big pockets, hard crux through the last bulge."
Submitted By: Michael Hauss
Location: WY : Ten Sleep Canyon : Lake Point : Fat Bastard
An adventurous and scruffy line up one of the coolest rocks in the ditch. The Direct N. Face is perfect for the been-there done-that Valley regular. Not quite as well traveled as some other Sentinel offerings, expect this one to be a tad rough around the edges. Most of the climbing is exposed and the position memorable.

Most belay anchors consist of two newish large buttonheads. Some have just a single newish large buttonhead and old 1/4" mank, but can be backed up with gear. There are two belays without any bolts. One being the slung block belay before pitch 9, and the other being the gear belay on the summit.

P1. (5.11-) After locating the useless belay-mank bolt that marks the start, head up the splitty twin hand cracks above, traversing right at their end into another crack system, heading up and aiming for a small roof. Pull the roof with jams and follow cracks to a bolted belay.

P2. (5.11) Follow cracks, jamming and laybacking your way up, eventually pulling yourself onto a small sloping ledge with a belay anchor.

P3. (5.12-) Head up and left from the belay past a pin, following the thin crack to its end, at which point you blast upward through slopey blobs and into a hand crack. Above, climb a shallow and sandbagged overhanging wide crack to the top of a pillar and the next anchor.

P4. (5.11+) Climb up from the belay, into the obvious corner feature, eventually busting up and left into a steep layback. Cracks lead you to a decent ledge and the next anchor.

P5. (5.12-) Bust moves straight right from the belay, traversing until a "good" piton in a flake is reached. From here, the climber has two options, either climbing down and right, or up and right, both leading to the same crack which is climbed up to a good stance. Climb into and up the obvious right facing corner until things look bleak. Spot jugs to the left and use them to leave the corner, traversing left around the arete and onto the face. Slopey scoops lead up to the next anchor.

P6. (5.12-) Move up and right into a scoop from the belay, pulling out of the scoop and following cracks up. The crack pinches down about halfway up the pitch, providing what may likely be the hardest sequence on the route. More crack climbing leads to the the next anchor, just below massive roofs.

P7. (5.11+) Climb up a widening thin crack from the belay, until an obvious traverse right to pitons is dispatched. Then execute a less obvious traverse further right, eventually stemming out to the wall to your right. Use holds to pull onto the massive arete, heading up and right into a fun juggy lieback up a massive flake that takes you to a large ledge and the next bolted anchor.

P8. (5.6) A short pitch. Traverse right along the large ledge, crossing a pillar, belaying off a large block near the end of the ledge. I believe this pitch would link easily with the one before it, using a 60m rope.

P9. (5.10+) This pitch is a bit of a sleeper. On a route packed with many harder pitches, it would be easy to assume this pitch to be casual by comparison. Take this pitch seriously. Word on the street is that this pitch was altered in 2012 by a large rockfall. Step right from the belay, around the arete, and into the large right facing corner. Follow the corner a long ways to its end, reaching a plush ledge on the left with a tree and the anchor.

P10. (5.11+) Flared jams off the belay lead to more crack climbing, eventually passing some harder flared finger jams. Cracks lead up to a ledge and the last bolted anchor.

P11. (5.9) Climb straight up a large, wide, left facing flake. At its top, follow a ramp up and right, eventually heading up blocky ledges to the summit. Build a gear anchor on top.

Descend via the standard descent, off the back left (east) side of the formation.
Submitted By: Shelton Hatfield
Location: CA : Yosemite National Park : Yosemite Valley : Sentinel Rock
The main feature of Dachstein is, as the name suggests, the "Dach" or huge roof. This route is the most popular way up, going right through the roof.

Overlal,it's 4 pitches (UIAA, 4+, 7-, 7, 4; or YDS: 5.5, 5.10a/b, 5.10b/c, 5.4) making it easy to start and finish, but rather challenging in the middle!

You'll top out at the castle wall, literally, which is bolted for belaying the second up the last pitch.
Submitted By: SwabianAmi
Location: International : Europe : Germany : Schwbische Alb/Jura (Ulm ... : Donautal : Dachstein
Directly form guidebook: "Begin on good holds that become smaller, eventually grab a cool grapefruit shaped hold (the baby head) just before the anchors. Super fun!"
Submitted By: Michael Hauss
Location: WY : Ten Sleep Canyon : Lake Point : Fat Bastard
A nice long granite near vert line
Submitted By: Merrick Schaefer
Location: International : Europe : Norway : Trndelag : Flatanger : Hanshelleren : Footwork Sector
The route goes up the large corner to the right of Bucky Blue, and right of Barb's Roof. It provides fun moves, well sustained climbing, and good protection.

Pitch 1: go up the slab to the tree and step around it on the left, continue up the corner past various blocks, up a short easier section, and past the large flake entering the Groove from the right. Belay from above the flake.

Pitch 2: continue up the corner. You can exit to the left onto the slab if you find it too spicy, but the best climbing is to go up all the way to the top of the corner, then up a crack to the big tree on Bucky Blue.

Alternatively, the two pitches can be combined and a belay set up on the ledge above the corner. This makes full-rope pitch with a 60m rope. Going to the top of Bucky Blue from here, by the way of the corner left of the big tree, is another full-rope pitch, and it makes a nice climb. Rock climbing and bouldering pictures and news "Drew's
Submitted By: Marta Reece
Location: NM : Las Cruces Area Climbing : Organ Mountains : Rabbit Ears Area : Rabbit Ears Slabs