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Suppress the Rage

This route is located in the Muir Valley at Sunnyside

Dingo The Gringo

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Some Humans Ain't Human 5.10c (Sport) ****

First Ascent: Rob Copeland, Jared Hancock, James Case in 2005
Length: 50ft
Bolts: 5 (report bad bolts/anchors)

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Around the corner to the right is this fun face. It is the middle of the 3 sport routes that start from the ledge. Reachy and technical climbing that will keep you entertained. It may feel easier for taller climbers or harder for shorter climbers.
Descent: 2 bolt anchor with quicklinks under roof
Stays Dry: Stays dry
Owner: Muir Valley

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4.14 stars (77 votes)
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5.10c (72 votes)

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Submitted by: ray
Date: Dec 18th, 2005


TIT said on September 26th, 2005
my new favorite climb in Muir, very balancy and technical, the rock is like granite, very clean and solid. holds are and few but all work. got to think on this one. i actually spanked my rope gun wife on this one, she blamed it on being "vertically challanged" but i reminded her that even if i was to climb naked i still have to haul almost 100 pounds most lard up the wall than she does... cant wait to climb this one again
J-Rock said on September 28th, 2005
Glad y'all like it. It is one of my farotie climbs in Muir too!
jlu said on November 22nd, 2005
fun climb, very technical. by far the best climb on the far right end of Sunnyside
caribe said on May 22nd, 2006
The little right hand undercling at the right of the line is the key to the route in my opinion. If that were not there I am not sure I would have been able to make it.
Saxman said on June 5th, 2006
Great route! Moves at the beginning are a blast.
chadwick said on October 24th, 2006
i agree.. good climb
climbhigh said on November 14th, 2006
good stuff. enjoyable climbing the whole way.
Saxman said on December 29th, 2006
So when does the route rating get updated?
JR said on September 10th, 2007
Best route at Sunnyside. Come on Caribe. Your post is accurate but might it spoil someone's experience?
michaelarmand said on October 17th, 2007
I nearly shat myselft working to the 3rd bolt...loved it though....
dbarless said on October 17th, 2007
The move to the third bolt is a little heady, especially if you are more short than tall, but balance and leg power will more than make up for a lack of tall genetics. This route is the best on the far end of Sunnyside. Freakin good climb!
feelup0303 said on August 25th, 2008
My first 5.10C. It sucks being short..haha
Brentucky said on November 10th, 2008
what undercling? glad i didn't find it cause that shitty left pocket and the flake feature made for some really cool movement. nice climb.
ahab said on December 15th, 2008
do this one instead of el gringo.
jenbongo said on April 14th, 2009
at 5'5 I thought the 2nd bolt was more height dependent than the 3rd; I was too short to use the undercling and I still had to inch my fingers over the lip using the flake feature; there may be other small edges for feet if you're shorter
anticlmber said on October 15th, 2009
AWESOME!! i pooped my pants a little going to bolt three.
dustonian said on February 8th, 2013
rope-twisting half-anchor at present, needs two more quicklinks if anyone cares to donate
rjackson said on July 14th, 2013
Nice line, quality climbing.
tpowell said on April 9th, 2014
Fun climbing with a killer move that may be one of the coolest I've done in a while.