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Mole Monkey Work

Powerful and precise moves of solid 5.10 climbing lead straight up to the anchor.
Submitted By: Shawn Heath
Location: International : Europe : Germany : Frankenjura : Neue Heimat
One of the testpieces at La Coconetla. Rated 5.10d back when only a few climbers could do 5.12. A very physical line, will test how athletic you are.

Start at the left finger crack and up to a small roof/bulge which you must exit to the right, following a finger crack that widens until reaching a small stance. Continue up a tight hands crack in a dihedral (crux) until another small stance with a few cracks. Follow a handcrack up to a roof with a short OW section to reach the top of a pillar.

DESCENT: Bring an extra rope for one rappel from the top of the pillar or use the anchors of "Shirley Temple" for two rappels with a single rope.
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Submitted By: Mauricio Herrera Cuadra
Location: International : North America : Mexico : Southern Mexico : Los Dinamos : Cuarto Dinamo
A pumpy start leads to a good rest stance before you head into some more pumpy climbing. The crux comes right below the anchor.
Submitted By: Shawn Heath
Location: International : Europe : Germany : Frankenjura : Heldwand : Heldwand
Stand start on a good side pull and a cool incut pocket right on the arete. Move up to twin crimps, then hit the jug on the lower lip, from the jug top out up and slightly left.

The landing is awkward do to the rounded boulder at the base of the line. However, with pads and spotters it is very safe.
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Submitted By: matthewWallace
Location: NH : Lakes Region : Sandwich Notch : Sandwich Notch Bouldering : Halfway Region : Roadside Boulder
Crux is before midpoint. Very mossy currently, but should clean up with traffic. May become easier as holds emerge
Submitted By: clive curson
Location: UT : Maple Canyon : Maple Canyon Road : Maple Corridor
A new moderate at Cascade that is proving to be good fun! Climb the blunt arete with pretty good holds past the first two bolts. Between bolts 3 and 4 lies the crux, then a steep juggy finish to the chains.
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Submitted By: eDixon
Location: CO : Durango : Cascade Canyon : West Side
I have never had to do so many cross through's in my life. Balance your feet delicately and get ready for a full on crimp show. You will understand the meaning of pump after working this route. I think the send took around 40 minutes of pure climbing. This route never ends. The beautiful movement and tough repeated crimps make this route a classic. The mental pump is serious. Your mind keeps telling you it's impossible but you just need to keep climbing! I've been here at night, and early in the morning. It's a great spot to train if you need some solo alone reflecting time.

I didn't use the top to rest, but I used embedded holds that are semi jugs to regain energy.
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Submitted By: Roberto de la Riva
Location: MN : Plymouth, Endless Wall Trav...
Fun steep juggy climbing to technical face and feature problems. Harder for shorter climbers perhaps.
Submitted By: Boulderdoc
Location: CO : Fort Collins : The Roost
The main description for The Armory on MP does not do this cliff justice. In the guidebook, Darren writes that The Armory "is as good as it gets for Maple" - and and he's right. The first 200' of the the wall is a beautiful, pinkish, bulletproof, single plane of rock that offers dead vertical to slightly low-angle climbing. The cliff is high up-canyon where some of the crags throughout Maple seem to be of higher quality such as right side of Pipe Dream or Birthday Corridor. Facing nearly due West, all of the climbs here are shaded until about 2PM and remains in the sun until last light which makes for all season climbing depending current temps.

This route took an entire week in the making, 2 drills, 7 bits, 50 bolts, 12 batteries, five long approaches, some blood, some sweat, and maybe a tear or two. No joke, "the hardest place to bolt in Utah is Maple Canyon." - Jeff Baldwin. Some of these quartzite cobbles were so hard that an entire battery and/or drill bit could be wasted on a single hole! Although the route is generally sound expect some loose rock, wear a helmet, and enjoy one of the tallest - if not the tallest route in Maple Canyon.

Pitch 1: 5.8 - Avoid belaying directly in the chimney and climb the prow that mellows out with a dinosaur egg finish. 7 bolts, 85'

Pitch 2: 5.10b - Crux of the route is just off the belay pulling the lip to a "bulletproof" feel good slab which leads to a chock-stone at the top of the chimney. 13 bolts, 100'

Pitch 3: 5.9 - Climb the receded headwall up and left past a huge cobble, a few pockets and a "Honeybucket" ending. Belay from the chock-stone or utilize the bomber first bolt equipped with a link to get your party onto the awesome grassy picnic ledge. 6 bolts, 60'

Pitch 4: 5.9 - This pitch was bolted on lead during the first ascent. Climb leftward passing over several large cobbles then up and over a few benches to the main summit. 9 bolts, 95'

Pitch 5: 5.2 - For a true summit, clip two bolts for the "photo-opp" and lower back down. Follower can thread the quick-link and lower. 2 bolts, 25'

Decent: Make four rappels to the ground. Final rappel station is independent from the route, deeper in the chimney.
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Submitted By: Brenden Sullivan
Location: UT : Maple Canyon : Middle Fork : Armory, The
Fun and well protected climbing.
Clip the first bolt on Abel 62 and continue straight up to a stance and the 2nd bolt. A thin crack helps you pass that bolt to a small ledge. The next 3 bolts protect an arete which brings you to a sloping ramp. Follow ramp for a few moves until even with the 6th bolt on your left. Step left (cool move above a roof) and aim up and left for a right angling finger crack. Climb the crack to the 7th bolt. Step left again to another right slanting finger crack which brings you to the 8th bolt. Climb up and left to the very edge of the cliff and hero finish holds.
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Submitted By: John Halupowski
Location: NH : WM: Crawford Notch : Crawford Cliff
Sit start with with your choice of edge or bump. From there, pull up to a left hand edge, reach a right hand pinch, then gain the horizontal rail, follow it left to the finish of Olly Olly Oxen Free, and top it out.
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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 : Foundation Rock
Sit start and climb out of the slab corner.
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Submitted By: Chris Gamenthaler
Location: OR : Portland & The Gorge : Carver : Carver Bouldering : Bonzi Boulders
This is a link-up of Defenseless Betty and the extension of Mousetrap. Start by climbing DB to the anchors. I found it best to skip the last bolt of DB and climb up a little more and reach left and clip the chain draw on Mousetrap. After you clip, climb up and left to the anchors of Mousetrap and clip the extended draw that is usually in place on the right anchor bolt. Continue for three more bolts to the anchors. This adds three more tricky section on top of doing DB. The section are separated by good rest. This link-up is more popular and arguably better than Mighty Mouse.
Submitted By: JJNS
Location: CO : Rifle : Rifle Mountain Park : Project Wall
Sit start with right hand on the good cobble and left hand on a crimp a couple feet below. Trend up and left. Dedicate to a little tree in the face for the top out.
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Submitted By: MonteGraham
Location: CO : Denver South : Castlewood Canyon SP : Bouldering problems : Punani Area/North Canyon : Punani Boulder
This is a muscle straining hand/finger crack/lieback covered in moss, the second dotted line from the right on the monolith area beta photo. It tops out at a tree that can be reached from the top, if you want to top-rope it first.

The crux is getting off the ground. The moss needs to be tamed to allow shoes to grab the edges of the rock, the hand/finger jam into a tiny negative/overhanging crack flake and inch up the first 10 feet. At that point the crack/flake becomes positive and you can relax the arms and rely on footwork to get the rest of the way to the top.
Submitted By: Nat D
Location: International : Asia : Mongolia : Terelj : Dughana Khad