COVID-19 Climbing Guidelines: The Red River Gorge in the Daniel Boone National Forest, Muir Valley, and all RRGCC-owned property - which includes Miller Fork Recreational Preserve, Bald Rock Recreational Preserve, and Pendergrass-Murray Recreational Preserve - request that you follow the guidelines outlined on each website if you choose to climb during this time. See links above for more details about each climbing area.

Baccaus Goes Climbing

This route is located in the Muir Valley at Sunnyside

Some Humans Ain't Human

0 votes

Suppress the Rage 5.12a (Sport) ****

First Ascent: Kipp Trummel, Eric Heuermann in 2005
Length: 50ft
Bolts: 6 (report bad bolts/anchors)

Click for more images
Aesthetic arete between "BGC" and "SHAH".
Moves: Bouldery or Technical
Descent: 2 bolt anchor with quicklinks under roof
Stays Dry: Stays dry
Owner: Muir Valley

Add / Edit Tags

Route Spray
Show Project
Quality Consensus

4.04 stars (27 votes)
Grade Consensus
5.12a (31 votes)

You must login to save your input!
+ add
+ add



Submitted by: ray
Date: Dec 18th, 2005


Anonymous said on July 27th, 2005
is this open yet and does anyone have a guess on the grade, 12.a and 12.d are two WAY different climbs for someone of my ability
J-Rock said on July 27th, 2005
When this route is open we will let you know and the route description (and grade) will be updated at that time.
hoss said on August 19th, 2005
looks dope, go Kipp! I wanna climb this thing like it's my birthday.
pigsteak said on August 26th, 2005
hey hoss...I am not planning on getting on it until the weather turns sweet..probably in Oct. the crux will be on the arete..and it does climb really cool...the bottom is a tad sandy, but the arete makes it well worth the effort. someone, the grade is probably lower 12.
pigsteak said on September 6th, 2005
we are calling it 12b..when it opens up, let me know what everyone else thinks of the grade.
pigsteak said on October 19th, 2005
I sent this 10-15-05, so it is now open. Calling it 12a, but please let me know what you think. This is my first attempt at grading in the Red.
Stewy911 said on November 16th, 2005
great toure on great rock. definately a must-do if in the area
chriss said on November 18th, 2005
I agree with stewy, great toure. Definately a must-do, even if your not in the area. Awesome moves on aesthetic rock. Nice work kipp!
kek-san said on April 10th, 2006
Excellent route. Next time it'll go clean (I hope). Balency with a two difficult moves that are both well protected. Nice job kipp.
Anonymous said on June 14th, 2006
Another over-rated, over-bolted Muir Valley climb. 11d
One-Fall said on June 19th, 2006
Fantastic route on crimps and finger buckets. Good bolting job.
JR said on September 10th, 2007
There is a 11d way to avoid the upper arete. O well. Either way it is fun and safe.
512OW said on March 31st, 2010
Its a shame that the big jug exists out right. The arete is by far the cooler sequence... but the right way is easier.
Anonymous said on November 18th, 2011
This is just another pile by the choss monkey Kipp. That guy will put a bolt in anything. And what is up with the anchor placement!!! Wish someone would put that guy in his place. I will kick that Illinoisian's ass if I ever run into him!!!
Anonymous said on November 18th, 2011
pigsteak said on November 18th, 2011
to clarify, I had just hit the ground from bolting this when Terry Kindred walked up to the base and insinuated that the bolter was clueless on anchor placement. I introduced myself and informed him it was my route. Without skipping a beat, he said "still shitty anchor placement"....nice to meet you too
Willy said on May 8th, 2012
Hard in hot and humid weather. The small holds on the arete can be skipped near the top by a big move up and right to a jug
dustonian said on February 8th, 2013
Great boulder problem down low!
tyler.yarbrough said on March 11th, 2013
I must have missed something on the upper arete -those pockets felt horrible
Chiyram said on April 8th, 2015
Awesome bouldery route. Sequences down low and the upper arete were just magical. I wouldn't recommend doing this if it's over 65 degrees. Need some cool rock to hang on those slopy holds.
Rumplesmooveskin said on October 26th, 2015
Agreed, left at the end for 12a, right for something less. Beta alert: be sure to look for unchalked pockets that might actually be decent. Found a really helpful one towards the top.