Blue Sunday

This route is located in the Muir Valley at The Sanctuary

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Peace Frog 5.12d (Sport) ****

First Ascent: Andrew Gearing, Brian Boyd, Greg Martin in 2005
Length: 80ft
Bolts: 8 (report bad bolts/anchors)

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Just right of the unbolted switching dihedrals is a bolted line with a black stain and a hard start to an obvious flake system. Climb steep initial wall to a good rest. Good climbing on very featured rock proves harder than it looks.
Moves: Bouldery or Technical
Descent: Fixe Anchors
Stays Dry: Downpour
Owner: Muir Valley
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3.86 stars (29 votes)
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5.12d (27 votes)

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haas said on May 29th, 2005
this route has about the worst rock I've seen on any route, several of the clipping jugs have busted off and the other ones flex. Beware the choss. The moves down low are cool though...
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J-Rock said on June 7th, 2005
This route is still listed as a project (that means that it is not yet completed or there is still cleaning that needs to be done).
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haas said on June 12th, 2005
Sorry J-Rock, I don't mean to trash talk, my buddy and I were given permission to get on it as long as we didn't clip the anchors. I just thought it was scary and tried to warn people. I love Muir and especially you Jared
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Anonymous said on June 23rd, 2005
This route is solid-period! Also three stars, very continous with a last bolt super cool crux. The only thing more questionable then Red River rock is Haas's judgement. As self proclaimed choss hunter we suggest first look in the mirror.
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Spoonman said on June 23rd, 2005
The route is not a project any longer. Andrew cruised it second go, almost flashed it. I am working it now and getting close. There is one hold that will probably come off eventually. It seems pretty solid to me and a very steep and fun route. I won't call it Classic with J.Wept, triple stack, and Cherry red next door, but it is very athletic, continous, and has a lot of different moves.
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ninesixfour said on September 29th, 2005
As of 9/23/05 the first bolt is hanging out of the wall about 3/4 of an inch. Be sure to stick clip the 2nd.
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J-Rock said on October 2nd, 2005
That bolt was removed on 10/01/05. A new hole was drilled and it was equipped with a new bolt.
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Anonymous said on September 18th, 2006
Could somebody please tell me if this route and the ones around it are actually still closed and why? Thanks.
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squeezindlemmon said on September 18th, 2006
Yes, PEACE FROG is still closed. This route and some other routes around it (Cherry Red, Prometheus Unbound) are temporarily closed and are in the process of being re-equipped with glue-in bolts. If you would like to help with this effort, pls contact Rick Weber.
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ray said on October 30th, 2006
Sweet line. I didn't find anything chossy about it at all. Burly and pumpy.
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512OW said on April 27th, 2008
Very little choss. Good and pumpy...
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chriss said on July 7th, 2008
Great movement on surprisingly solid rock.
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pumpout2004 said on April 6th, 2009
Looks like crap, climbs amazing!!
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jimmy said on May 23rd, 2011
If this isn't fun, I don't know what is! It must've cleaned up a lot, because (IMO) it's uber-fun steep climbing.
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der uber said on January 22nd, 2012
Pumpy, fun moves. It's a lot better than it looks.
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Next Level said on May 11th, 2012
Fantastic climb, beware the copperhead that lives underneath it. Don't kill him!