Put the Best Foot Forward

This route is located in the Muir Valley at Bruisebrothers Wall

Send Me On My Way


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Get on the Good Foot 5.7 (Trad) ***

First Ascent: J.J., Tracy Crabtree, in 2004
Length: 60ft
Gear: Small/medium gear. (report bad anchors)

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Follow right angling crack and flake system 10-15 ft right of "The Offering" and "P. Heist" up and right to chain anchors above the ledge and under the large roof. It is also possible to finish on the anchors of "Send Me On My Way".
Descent: Chain Anchor under roof.
Owner: Muir Valley
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Submitted by: ray
Date: Dec 18th, 2005

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1
ynot said on August 16th, 2004
cool crux!
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squeezindlemmon said on September 1st, 2004
There are now anchors on the face below the ledge for top-roping.
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J-Rock said on September 22nd, 2004
The original route continued following the flake system (and adequate protection) up and to the right then topped-out on the ledge with anchors above the ledge. The variation finish to the left angles up the uprotected face to a set of anchors below the ledge and is easy but R-rated.
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J-Rock said on November 1st, 2004
The left variation finish is now bolted and known as "Put the Best Foot Forward" 5.8 (mixed).
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tunedvwgti said on November 5th, 2007
Very Fun climb to play around on. Big plates and great holds!
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Meringue said on March 6th, 2008
yada yada, see previous
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Anonymous said on July 7th, 2008
If you go about 10-15 right of the start there is a slabby face with a football sized feature in the middle. Using this feature to climb up to the first rounded ledge makes for a more interesting start, but should be toproped as I saw no good way to protect it.
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soccerfast007 said on October 13th, 2009
It is not difficult to traverse left while lowering off SEND ME ON MY WAY and get to the last bolt of this climb, from there you can just stand up at the bolt and clip the anchors to setup a toprope to do this climb if you don't have trad gear. It is a pretty cool route IMO with a couple interesting bulges to pull/sidestep. Some of the holds may not be around as this gets more popular :)