The Infirmary

Grade Trad Mixed Sport Total
5.10 2 2 35 39
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Directions to The Infirmary

RRGCC
This wall is in property owned by RRGCC. Be respectful.
This wall is left of Cooper's Cove and right of Cloud 9. It's one of the more popular walls in Miller Fork along with Cooper's Cove due to the density of moderate yet overhanging and pumpy lines. This and Cooper's Cove could easily be 5.11 heaven in anyone's book. The wall faces south to southeast. From the main parking area cross the creek and walk down the road until reaching the second road on the left. Walk down this road, passing the obvious trailhead on the right leading to Serenity Point, until reaching a road on the right which crosses a creek. This road is marked by a muddy parking area just before the main road angles right and continues uphill to the Deep End. Cross the creek and continue down this muddy road for about five minutes until the road severely breaks down near a stream. At his point look for a trail on the right which winds uphill to The Infirmary. You will meet up with the wall near a gigantic boulder and the route named Trephination. Latitude 37.6419448853, Longitude -83.6833343506

Wall Sun: All day

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Route Spray Name Type Grade Quality User Stars Length Picture

1

Recovery Room Sport 5.10b
 
3.05 60ft

2

ReCooperAte Sport 5.8
 
2.67 35ft  

3

Family History Sport 5.11a
 
3.14 60ft

4

Bipolar Sport 5.11b
 
3.13 55ft

4a

On Bended Knee Sport 5.11a
 
3.75 60ft

5

Zoonotic Sport 5.10d
 
1.92 50ft

6

Anaphylaxis Sport 5.12c
 
4.67 75ft

7

Treponema pallidum Sport 5.12b
 
2.75 80ft

8

Quarantine Sport 5.12c
 
3.00 80ft

8a

Psych Ward Sport 5.12d
 
3.75 120ft  

9

Last Rites Sport 5.12b
 
4.59 100ft

10

Diminished Gluteal Syndrome Sport 5.12d
 
3.00 100ft

10a

Foaming at the Mouth Sport 5.13a
 
4.67 100ft  

11

Halitosis Sport 5.13a
 
4.00 75ft  

12

Push Present Sport 5.11d
 
3.91 80ft

13

Pandemic Sport 5.12b
 
3.71 85ft

14

Sacbrood Virus Sport 5.12a
 
3.81 75ft

15

Magic Bed Sport 5.11b
 
3.69 70ft

16

Phantom Pain Sport 5.11c
 
3.62 65ft

17

Typhoid Mary Sport 5.10a
 
2.67 55ft

17a

Typhoid Fever Sport 5.11d
 
3.00 75ft  

18

Ebola Sport 5.12b
 
4.07 70ft

19

Brachial Plexus Sport 5.11c
 
4.32 80ft

19a

Beta Blocker Sport 5.12b
 
4.00 70ft

20

Trephination Sport 5.11d
 
4.26 85ft

21

Plague Doctor Sport 5.12a
 
3.85 85ft

22

Triage Sport 5.12b
 
3.00 85ft

23

Pre-Op Sport 5.10d
 
3.24 45ft  

24

Porphyria Sport 5.11a
 
3.83 60ft  

25

Aquagenic Urticaria Sport 5.10b
 
2.63 45ft  

26

Malpractice Trad 5.9
 
2.50 60ft  

26a

Wheelchair Access Sport 5.8
 
3.82 65ft  

26b

Hyperbaric Chamber Trad 5.7
 
2.00 85ft  

26c

98.6 Sport 5.10c
 
1.86 65ft  

27

Scoliosis Mixed 5.9+
 
3.00 100ft  

28

L.A. Branch Office Sport 5.11a
 
2.83 65ft  

29

Platelet Rich Injection Sport 5.8+
 
2.83 55ft

30

Plasma Spill Mixed 5.6
 
60ft  

31

Temperature Rising Sport 5.8
 
75ft  

Comments

1
Andrew said on August 5th, 2013
Soon to be 5.11 paradise. Probably the best crag in history.
2
pigsteak said on August 5th, 2013
this isnt your wall is it Andrew? cuz I saw those lines, and they are complete piles.
3
Andrew said on August 5th, 2013
You are thinking of the highlands.
4
Anonymous said on August 5th, 2013
Andrew wouldn't know 5.11 if it fell from the sky and hit him in the face.
5
Brentucky said on August 5th, 2013
hahaha, while i agree with anon, i am personally looking forward to more of andrew's 5.11's. if he starts putting up 5.12's we are gonna be in trouble.
6
whoneedsfeet said on August 6th, 2013
Andrew will prob never climb 5.12 again. I have a better chance of sending 5.12 before then.
7
Andrew said on August 6th, 2013
Sadly I might not be able to climb 5.12 again. My finger is really jacked up.
8
Wolf said on August 6th, 2013
If all else fails, just go Caldwell on it.
9
Willy said on August 9th, 2013
Chop it off!!!! You can probably borrow the clippers Whoneedsfeet used to make himself a girl
10
whoneedsfeet said on August 10th, 2013
The only reason I chopped it of was due to not wanting to spread the disgusting diseases your moms asshole and mouth carry. Doing mankind a bit of a courtesy.
11
climb2core said on October 16th, 2013
Had a peek at this wall. Looks like there are some fantastic lines on it already with more to come. Thanks for the work Wheatley's and company.
12
Anonymous said on October 17th, 2013
Are the developers ever going to get up off their lazy asses and get this crag up and running?
13
Anonymous said on October 17th, 2013
most of the routes are open, asswipe
14
Andrew said on October 17th, 2013
Almost all the routes are open, 8 so far. There is a topo with names and grades if you are in the club. The developers are super lazy so give it some time, but they will be there on saturday for the mega opening day unveiling of the Infirmary.
15
Anonymous said on October 17th, 2013
Andrew, "Just trying to rustle your jimmies" That saying was too good to not use again. ;) Thanks for the work! Ian.
16
dustonian said on October 17th, 2013
Thanks for the invite Andrew, I see how it is. Just stay off my bad ass pork-barrel earmarked stopgap spending retaining wall in the back of the holler!!
17
dustonian said on October 17th, 2013
PS. Did your routes on the right side last week... good ol' achy-breaky fun!
18
Andrew said on October 17th, 2013
"ol' achy-breaky fun!" not getting the reference, but yes still breaky.
19
dustonian said on October 17th, 2013
I enjoyed them. I think it's an old Billy Ray Cyrus song.
20
Andrew said on December 9th, 2013
This is the next crag left of Cooper's Cove. The left side main wall gets full sun most of the day and the right side is in the shade until about 3:00. You can quickly walk there from Cooper's or use the directions listed above.
21
512OW said on May 12th, 2014
We arrived at 1:45 on a very sunny day (in May), and not a spot of sunshine touched the wall the rest of the day.
22
Anonymous said on October 22nd, 2015
Really nice crag! thanks for all the work. I remember back in the day wanting pumpier 11s to get in "Red Shape"  Lines like magic bed and phantom pain were difficult to come by it seemed. Really can't say enough good about this cliff!
23
ermabern said on May 24th, 2016
two dogs have gotten bit by snakes at this crag so far this spring (may 2016) so be aware and consider putting your dog on a leash
24
Anonymous said on May 24th, 2016
nahhh, why would you want to follow the rules? they don't apply to you or your dog.
25
Anonymous said on May 30th, 2016
Trail out here is turning into one big foot deep mid pit.
26
Anonymous said on May 30th, 2016
Walk over from Coopers
27
Scorl said on July 4th, 2017
There is currently a very large colony of what I think are Bumble Bees nesting at the Infirmary. The nest is quite extensive and covers ALL of the ground under Typhoid Mary, Phantom Pain, and Magic Bed. And prevents you from walking along the wall between the amphitheater and the Left End of the wall. 400+ bees probably, and audible from even a ways down the trail. The routes behind the large boulder (Brachial Plexus, and left) are still accessible but should be approached from the main trail along the creek.
28
Cocoapuffs1000 said on July 4th, 2017
The ground bees have been nesting there since at least the previous spring. They are very close to Magic Bed, however they have never been aggressive. We've done that route a number of times over several visits this and last year and were never bothered. I would only stay away if you are allergic, but obviously be on your guard especially with dogs and children.
29
Andrew said on July 5th, 2017
Are the bees under "sacbrood virus" , what a coincidence.