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This route is located in the Muir Valley at The Hideout


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All Mixed Up 5.10c (Mixed) ***

First Ascent: J.J. in 2004
Length: 85ft
Bolts/Gear: 4/Small to large gear (report bad bolts/anchors)

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This long mixed route is located ~15-20 ft right of Boltergeist. Technical mixed climbing with a devious crux and a crack lover's finish out the exposed off-width/chimney to a slabby face above. Bring a big piece or two.
Moves: Chimney
Descent: Chain Anchor
Stays Dry: Does not stay dry
Owner: Muir Valley

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5.10d (12 votes)

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Submitted by: ray
Date: Dec 18th, 2005


J-Rock said on September 9th, 2004
This route can be top-roped after leading "Boltergeist". From the top of Boltergesit look for the the chain anchors below and to the right.
Stewy911 said on September 17th, 2004
this route needs some cleaning up on the bottom, those chossy flakes will brake soon, so be careful. other than that the moves are great on it
corduroy said on November 6th, 2004
in my opinion this route has it all - pulling the roof/crack section still sits in my mind as my single most favorite crux moves yet - i liked it so much that i asked my belayer to stop me half way so i could do it again - nice route JJ
pawilkes said on May 12th, 2005
anyone got recommendations on specific gear needed? how hard is the stuff on gear?
J-Rock said on May 17th, 2005
This route takes good gear. Bring a standard rack with a couple of big cams for the top section. There are also a few bolts.
Bashie said on May 25th, 2005
Big fun. Thanks for not spraying bolts next to the crack like they do in France.
Jeff said on April 11th, 2012
Fun climbing. Not an insult, but seemed like a 1 or 2 move wonder and the hardest move(s) felt no harder than 10c to me.
monty4355 said on April 9th, 2017
Didn't use anything bigger than a #2BD. Lots of good horizontals to shove stuff in.
MikeWilkinson said on May 6th, 2018
Sport climbing with a rack. This was fun and it protected well. I think I placed a 4 or 5 up high, but could protect with something smaller in a lower horizontal.
KhaoticKlimber said on July 26th, 2019
While it is possible to cheat the offwidth crux with some face climbing finesse (my follower made it look easy much to my amazement), don't do it. Shove your ass in there, embrace the pain, grunt and grind through it. It is much more spicy and rewarding. Enjoy the bewildered looks from the crowds gangbanging Boltergeist after you do it. Get on this! Beta alert: there is a hidden left hand finger pocket on the left side of the offwidth. It was a very helpful find.
Cromper said on July 26th, 2019
Dope as fuck