Real Deep End

Grade Trad Mixed Sport Total
5.13 2 2 15 19
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Directions to Real Deep End

RRGCC
This wall is in property owned by RRGCC. Be respectful.
In short: Take the low trail directly to Cloud 9 along Bowman Fork, but branch left after crossing the creek up a steep and often muddy old oil road. Follow this road to the end to arrive at routes 8-10. Detailed: From the Miller Fork main parking area, cross the creek on the foot bridge to the right. Immediately change to the left of the road to take a trail that leads to the Bowman Fork Road. Take a left toward the Serenity Point trailhead, then stay on the road as it veers left, crosses a creek, then veers right. At this point cross the creek again heading west by northwest onto an old logging road; follow this past the trailhead for The Infirmary. The road breaks down while following a creek; approximately 650 feet past the Infirmary trailhead is an old oil company road that goes up a steep hill. As you follow the road up, you will notice the main project wall of the Real Deep End on your left with a striking offwidth crack in a left facing dihedral. (To the climber's left of the OW crack find three long impressive lines, routes 3-5.) The road meets the wall (37.64069, -83.68550) near a swampy area and set of pumpy 5.11s that begins on an arete at left (Valsalva Maneuver); continue right for routes 11-19 or left for routes 1-7. The routes are listed from left to right.

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Route Spray Name Type Grade Quality User Stars Length Picture

1

Poop Chute Sport 5.10a
 
3.25 65ft

2

Turd Burglar Sport 5.10b
 
2.67 65ft  

3

Charlie Horse Sport 5.13d
 
0ft

4

Open Project Sport 5.13
 
0ft  

5

Closed Project Sport 5.13
 
0ft  

6

Offwidth Dihedral Trad Unknown
 
0ft  

7

Papita P'al Loro Sport 5.12b
 
3.67 70ft

8

Valsalva Maneuver Sport 5.11c
 
3.13 60ft  

9

Red Means Go Sport 5.11c
 
3.67 70ft  

10

Tenoshitlan Sport 5.11b
 
3.00 80ft  

11

Swan Dive Sport 5.12b
 
3.50 85ft  

12

Synthetic Intermediate Mixed 5.10b
 
3.00 50ft

13

Plate for the Party Sport 5.9
 
2.71 45ft

14

Alpha Dog Sport 5.9+
 
2.74 65ft

15

Omega Crack Trad 5.8
 
2.80 65ft

16

Castaway Sport 5.10a
 
3.40 65ft

17

Cul du Chat (Project) Mixed Unknown
 
4.00 70ft  

18

Chupacabra Sport 5.13a
 
4.50 65ft  

19

The Woods We Live In Sport 5.13a
 
3.00 65ft

Comments

1
J-Ru said on February 28th, 2016
El Profundo Real
2
Yasmeen said on May 20th, 2016
These route names are cool and all, but to better fit the theme of the wall, can we change them all to the route names from the Deep End, with "Real" prepended to them? "Real Abyss," "Real Pool Boy," etc.?
3
dustonian said on May 20th, 2016
Haha. Best visited in dry conditions/afternoon
4
dustonian said on May 20th, 2016
BTW the old oil road ends at routes 8-10 rather than 6-8
5
dustonian said on June 7th, 2016
If someone gets excited to cut a trail between the Deep End and this crag, that would be sweet
6
chandler said on June 9th, 2016
Some of the unofficial trails built at MFRP are less than ideal, adding needless erosion and requiring add’l volunteer time to remedy. Please speak with RRGCC land management (currently Curtis and Audrey) before building new trails at MFRP.
7
Anonymous said on June 9th, 2016
Yeah how dare you people walk on the existing oil roads
8
Anonymous said on June 9th, 2016
Take note, turds
9
Anonymous said on April 3rd, 2017
anyone know if this is a good summer/warm weather crag like the deep end?
10
Anonymous said on April 3rd, 2017
It can be great on dry hot days. Otherwise it tends to be a bit manky when humid.
11
Anonymous said on April 3rd, 2017
thanks!