All Mixed Up

This route is located in the Muir Valley at The Hideout

Hoot and Holler


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Bushwhacked 5.10c (Mixed) ***

First Ascent: J.J., Jared Hancock, Tom Kwasny in 2004
Length: 60ft
Bolts/Gear: 4/Thin/medium gear (report bad bolts/anchors)

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Climb up to the "Creature Feature" roof and pull the lip. Make a sporty face move or two above then relax on good holds to the anchors.
Descent: Rap from anchors
Stays Dry: Light rain
Owner: Muir Valley
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5.10c (28 votes)

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1
Yasmeen said on November 8th, 2004
This roof move is so fun!! Sweet route, guys. Nice find.
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JR said on August 13th, 2007
Mixed routes are a little silly, but this sucker is fun
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rjackson said on March 2nd, 2008
This is a cool route.
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michaelarmand said on August 12th, 2008
Really good climb, all the hard moves are bolt protected....
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Jeff said on September 8th, 2008
Brute force will get you over the roof.
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mojohand said on October 2nd, 2008
A little bit of the Gunks in Kentucky. All it needs is some manky fixed pins. Fun!
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jlu said on April 20th, 2009
one move wonder - pulling the roof is super fun, but you may as well lower once you reach the biner kindly left on the chains. no idea why this was left as a mixed route, by adding 1 bolt along the 5.9 climbing to the anchors this would be an S
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Chiyram said on November 6th, 2016
Fun route, didn't see the point of leaving it a mixed route.
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KhaoticKlimber said on July 26th, 2019
If at all possible, stick clip the chain above the roof and avoid the bolt below the roof (or run it out to the chain if you're feeling ballsy). The rope tends to get caught in the roof crack and causes horrendous rope drag. Also, cleaning the first bolt is a nightmare. Best to skip it. Otherwise, super fun roof pull followed by a surprisingly challenging and reachy thin crimp section.