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This route is located in the Muir Valley at Indy Wall

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Annie The Annihilator 5.10c (Sport) ***

First Ascent: Jared Hancock, Karla Carandang in 2004
Length: 40ft
Bolts: 4 (report bad bolts/anchors)

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Classic. Great warm-up route. Slightly overhanging jug-haul. Reachy start to pumpy climbing with a short technical crux.
Moves: Jugs
Descent: Chain Anchor
Stays Dry: Light rain
Owner: Muir Valley
Steepness:
short (1)
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3.77 stars (100 votes)
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5.10c (90 votes)

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Submitted by: donargento
Date: Dec 19th, 2011

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Date: Apr 1st, 2007

Submitted by: ray
Date: Dec 18th, 2005

Comments

1
J-Rock said on July 22nd, 2004
Fun climb. First sport route completed in Muir Valley.
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rhunt said on September 13th, 2004
Great route, solid rating!
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Stewy911 said on September 16th, 2004
definately a jug haul, a but pumpy but def. i jug haul!
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Meadows said on October 12th, 2004
It was FUN!
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Dink Dink said on April 29th, 2005
Just a super cool route
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J-Rock said on May 13th, 2005
Originally graded 10a.
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peteypablo said on May 4th, 2006
man whoever put a tick mark on the crimp to the left of the fourth bolt needs to be shot, jugs if you go above it, bastards-
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K-Dawg said on June 29th, 2006
solid route. I finished it but it wasn't my smoothest climb. I guess you could say I was annihilated. Big holds are there, sometimes a little hard to find with all the chalk on the wall. I'll definitely come back for this route again.
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Captain Bad Beta said on July 6th, 2006
I had been eying this route all winter and I finally got the brass to try it. I cruised to the third bolt but then was continuously spit off the wall. I was truely annihilated. I can't wait to go back and try it again!!!!
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belay slave said on October 2nd, 2006
I am in love with Annie. Solid, well bolted/set up route. A must do for anyone visiting Muir.
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Anonymous said on January 29th, 2008
a real good hold broke off on this route between the second and third bolt. on the ledge just above the second bolt- it was a nice hold for above as you climb just past the second bolt or it could be used as an undercling to make it to reachier face holds above the ledge between the second bolt and third bolt- which is what it was being used for when it broke off the wall! there are still decent holds there- but makes this section a little tougher now- might affect the grade just slightly?
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Anonymous said on January 30th, 2008
Really good holds do not break off
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bcombs said on January 31st, 2008
They do when guys like me yard on them. :-)
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kisor740 said on October 8th, 2008
fun start and multiple good moves but only as hard as its rated if u dont use the two bombers on the left
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kisor740 said on October 8th, 2008
fun start and multiple good moves but only as hard as its rated if u dont use the two bombers on the left
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Redpoint said on May 10th, 2014
Me and a few other people felt like it was a 10D, maybe the broken hold is taking it's toll, but then again I did miss a clipping jug around the third bolt.
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climb2core said on December 16th, 2015
Some one upgraded the anchors to SS 5 piece but left one of the old open shut hangers. Needs to be removed. A hammer would probably work pry/shear off the old bolt but grinder would be better.
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Anonymous said on December 16th, 2015
Shit, previous comment meant for Mid-life Crisis.