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Red Rocks, a Climber's Guide

By Jerry Handren

Distinctive info on over 1700 climbs at purple Rock Canyon in Nevada, with complete written descriptions, maps, topos and picture diagrams. this is often THE booklet to climb with at purple Rocks.

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Either diversifications finish on a wide terrace. three. a hundred and sixty' five. 6 Climb the face above the terrace in the direction of a nook at the arete. stick to this to a small . stance at the arete. three" cams supply an exceptional anchor. four. ninety' five. 6 movement up and correct onto a shelf and wind up the ar arete on reliable holds. Dspectacul escent: commence with a double rope rappel to the terrace above pitch 2. flow into the gully and make 4 brief raps to the floor from a variety of slung chockstones and timber. the following 3 routes are at the East Face. Nauterjugg ninety' five. eleven d unmarried rack to at least one. 25", Rp's Climb the preliminary fist crack of Juggernaut, then flow left and climb earlier a peg to a quick tender wall. A determined pull up the wall (b) ends up in the bottom of a skinny flake which results in the anchor of Juggernaut. e Juggernaut ninety' five. 10d Paul Van Betten, Paul Obenheim. 1983. Double rack to one. 25�. three" cam for the beginning. This course climbs a skinny crack in a narrow, left-leaning, left-fac­ i n g nook of great varnished rock. it truly is a couple of rope size to the fitting of the ground of the gully that leads as much as Geronimo. The Monday Funnies three hundred' five. nine Mark Moore. past due 70s This path climbs an strange crack at the reduce east face of Jackrabbit Buttress. it truly is most simply approached by means of traversing left from the ground of the gully among Jackrabbit Buttress and the Rose Tower. begin in the course of the east face in a wide keyhole formed cave. 1. Climb a chimney at the rotten left wall for 1 2', then pull over a roof on strong rock. Climb up right into a gap, then tunnel out to an extended slim ledge. 2. Climb a skinny nook for 25', then extra simply to a quick strenuous fist crack in a nook. Climb to the left on weirdly eroded rock until eventually it's attainable to maneuver again correct into the most nook, which turns into a steep hand crack. Belay on the best of the crack. three. cross up and left . A steep jamming part is by way of effortless clDimbing to the pinnacle. ecent: The course ends on effortless ledges a couple of· 3rd of ways up the buttress. stick to the ledges north and drop right into a furry gully which leads all the way down to the ground of the Olive Oil process gully. J U f'+j l t' l:. l1 l. f\l\l H J I\1 � 10 the next routes, at the northeast face of Jackrabbit yet­ tress, are all accessed from the Olive Oil Gully� they're very shady, receiviDg just a sliver of morning sunlight. the 1st 3 routes are ·reached by way of scrambling up the 1st facet gully at the left as you move up the Olive Oil Gully. this can be in simple terms approximately seventy five yards above the doorway. Cottontail 1 eighty' five. eight Jake Burkey and pal. 1997. This pitch direction climbs the chimney at the left aspect of a small tower; it starts off on the best of the technique gully. do not contact that during entrance of Grandma ninety' five. 7 Jason Martin and Jay Hack. April 2002. Climb the free face simply to the precise of the 1st pitch of the former path. To descend, rappel off jammed slings with a unmarried rope. · filled Animals on Prozac 1 ninety' five. eight This course climbs a white face to the fitting of the tower, to reac a varnished right-facing corner/crack. 1. 1 00' five. eight Climb the face (b's) right into a crack that is a tremendous ledge lower than the cqrner .

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